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Carol Anne Burger
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Carol Anne Burger is an award winning photojournalist who has specialized in covering the not for profit financial sector credit union industry for more than a decade. At Credit Union Times, she reported on the events surrounding the Oklahoma City bombing and the recovery of Federal Employees Credit Union; the campaign to pass the Credit Union Membership Access Act and coverage of consumer financial privacy issues. For those in-depth series of stories, she won recognition from the Florida Magazine Association and the American Association of Business Press Editors.

Burger was editor of the Delray Beach Times and editor of the Twin City News, Pompano Beach, where she did general assignment work, including the police beat, municipal government and wrote a weekly column. She is the winner of three Florida State Press Association awards in the News, Humorous Column and Serious Column categories.

Burger also worked in the corporate world as a marketing and public relations director.

She lives in Boynton Beach, Florida, and is a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer and an avid diver. She can be reached at carolwrites@earthlink.net.

Blog Entries by Carol Anne Burger

Christian School Teacher Takes Female Students to Palin Rally

0 Comments | Posted October 21, 2008 | 6:56 PM

** By Carol Anne Burger and Christian Avard **

Lee County and Collier County are the largest counties in Southwest Florida and are well-known as Republican havens. So when Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin visited the area on October 6th, it was no surprise she drew a record...

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Obama and Swing-State Governors Push Importance of Green Jobs in Palm Beach

0 Comments | Posted October 21, 2008 | 6:07 PM

What gives strength to the fabric of American society? Jobs do, that's what, and that was the message delivered by Barack Obama to an audience at the Palm Beach Community College Lake Worth Campus here Tuesday.

Appearing with the governors of Ohio, Michigan, Colorado and New Mexico and the CEO...

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Members Are So Glad It's Looking Like Obama at GLAAD Happy Hour

0 Comments | Posted October 21, 2008 | 10:57 AM

GLAAD, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation held its second annual TGIF South Florida Friday evening happy hour event series at Georgie's Alibi in Wilton Manors on October 17th and a virtual Obama rally broke out.

While GLAAD Director of Public Relations Rich Ferraro stressed that GLAAD "does...

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Eager Voters Crowd South Florida's Early Voting Sites

0 Comments | Posted October 20, 2008 | 5:18 PM

Early voting started here in Florida today and voters are turning out in droves, lining up despite rain showers and gusty winds. In Boca Raton, some anticipated the long lines and camped out overnight to be the first in line to cast their votes. The enthusiasm, however, seems limited to...

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Multicultural Reality Answers Race Baiting in Delray Beach

0 Comments | Posted October 13, 2008 | 4:20 PM


Those "community organizers" that Rudy Giuliani mocked at the Republican National Convention proved to be a uniting force here in Delray Beach this past weekend -- a city that has twice been named an "All America City" by the National Civic League (1993 and 2001).

And when...

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South Florida Obama HQ Draws Republicans, Jews, Hillaryites

0 Comments | Posted September 18, 2008 | 4:36 PM

Proud Republican for Obama Celebrates South Florida Headquarters Opening

On his extended-cab truck's bumper is a sticker you don't often see in these parts: Republicans for Obama. But Dan Moss, who lives in Lake Worth, came to the opening celebration of Barack Obama's South Florida office here in Delray Beach...

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Janet Reno And Young Florida Democrats Rally

0 Comments | Posted July 18, 2008 | 6:26 PM

Student members of the Florida College Democrats wildly applauded Former Attorney General Janet Reno as she admonished them to consider their time and place in history: "It's good to see young people with a sense of purpose, feeling that they can change the world. This is the most important time...

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