March 25, 2006

Anarchist up for election in Lake Worth, Florida

Jennings, who carried 29 percent of the vote, agrees she's an anarchist, but she does not advocate overthrowing Lake Worth government, she said.

"Just like any political philosophy, anarchism has a spectrum. Unfortunately, the textbook definition is how most people identify and define the word anarchist," she said. She supports certain concepts of anarchism, such as decision-making coming from a community of equals, not from "top-down authoritative government," she said.

Lake Worth runoff candidates square off, By Tanya Wragg, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer, Friday, March 24, 2006

LAKE WORTH — The accusations and name-calling among advocates of the District 2 city commission candidates are at fever pitch less than a week before Tuesday's runoff election.

"I cannot take any more of this mud slinging," posted one resident on an online discussion board at "As soon as I finish this post, I am going to open up my front door and pitch this computer to the street."

Supporters of Jorge Goyanes, a popular figure in the Hispanic community, are calling his opponent, community activist Cara Jennings, a radical anarchist. Jennings' followers question Goyanes' loyalty to the city since he owns no property inside its limits and say he's part of the machine that caters to builders and developers.

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