As we look ahead to the General Election, there will be three Palm Beach County Commission races on the ballot.
A newcomer to politics hopes to turn one of the six Democrat held seats Republican. David Shiner is an attorney who is running for the District 5 seat, currently held by the outgoing Commissioner Mary Lou Berger.
"I looked at the issues in south Palm Beach County and I realized that we really needed some really solid voices out in that area to speak for the community."
He says Berger hasn't been doing a good enough job addressing some key issues in the district.
"The environment, over-development, public safety and public health."
Shiner will be facing former state Senator Maria Sachs, a Democrat, come November. We'll be reaching out to her as part of our Election Spotlight series, brought to you by Air Around the Clock.
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