District 93 is the fourth largest public school district in Idaho, with more than 13,000 students attending twenty schools. Its headquarters are in the unincorporated area of Bonneville County. It is one of the most diverse districts in the state, with a diversity of cultural and ethnic backgrounds. However, the district’s name suggests that there are some similarities.
The district of Shelly Albright, Florida’s 93rd Congressional District, covers all of Wellington, Greenacres and parts of suburban Lake Worth. Since moving to Wellington in 1993, Albright has been active in community affairs. She is a past president of the Junior League of the Palm Beaches and serves on the Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club’s Advisory Board. She is a staunch advocate for education.
She is a former small-business owner and motivational speaker with extensive volunteer and board experience. She’s also a director of the Children and Youth Ministry at St. Peter’s United Methodist Church. Her campaign page calls her a “women’s issues advocate” who aims to help families and children in need.
The Democratic primary is Aug. 23, with four candidates vying for the nomination. The winner will face Dr. Saulis Banionis, a Wellington physician running unopposed. If Albright wins the primary, she is likely to win the seat. In fact, the district’s voters overwhelmingly favored bipartisanship over President Donald Trump, so the Democrat who wins the primary will be the clear favorite.
Steve Otis is a politician from New York. He is a member of the New York State Assembly, representing the 91st district. He is a member of the Democratic Party. Also he has served as chief of staff for State Senator Suzi Oppenheimer and served as the mayor of Rye, New York from 1998 to 2009. In 2012, he won re-election to the assembly after defeating Douglas French.
In this lawsuit, the two parties sought damages from each other for a variety of reasons, including the failure to make a timely payment. The defendant, Steve Otis, had allegedly failed to pay Bazant for his services. In this case, Otis’ failure to make those payments caused Bazant to file a counterclaim.
Russell L. Ott
The 93rd district of South Carolina is represented by Democratic Representative Russell L. Ott. Ott graduated from Clemson University and later earned his Masters from the University of South Carolina. He was elected to the House in a special election in 2013 after his father Harry announced his retirement. Prior to his election to the legislature, Ott worked as a town administrator in three towns. He currently serves on the House Labor and Commerce and Industry committees, and helped pass the Pharmacy Access Act.
A member of Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church, Ott is a past president of the county Farm Bureau and is active in community affairs. He has served on the Palmetto AgriBusiness Council’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee. Also he is a member of Ducks Unlimited and the Freemasons. He and his wife Linda reside in St. Matthews and have four grandchildren.
Currently, Florida House District 93 is a newly drawn district. Four candidates are running in the Democratic primary for the House seat. Tom Valeo, a first-time candidate, is highly recommended by the Palm Beach Post. Valeo is well-versed in the issues that face Florida House District 93, and has experience working in local Democratic politics.