Attorney Joseph S. Geller wants to be the City Attorney for North Miami.
Florida State Representative Joseph S. Geller can’t even figure out how to vote on the House floor.
The Miami Herald Naked Politics reported that on Wednesday State Representative Joe Geller accidentally voted “yes” on the very bill he “railed against” the night before.
He also cast a “yes” vote for his seatmate, Orlando Democrat Randolph Bracy, on a bill that will allow open carry on college campuses. The bill passed overwhelmingly in the House, but is expected to be voted down in the Senate.
According to the Miami Herald, casting a vote for another representative is “frowned upon” but “allowed under House rules” as long as he has the other member’s “specific request and direction,” and as long as that member is present in the chamber during the vote.
Representatives have a nine second window in which to cast their votes. Once the window closes, it’s a done deal. Continue reading