Almost $11,000 a month is what Brenda Snipes will be receiving in pension benefits when she resigns this January as the Broward County Supervisor of Elections.
According to the SunSentinel, the embattled elections chief will continue to receive a $58,560 pension from her past employment as an educator. Plus on top of that, she will add about $71,000 a year for serving in her elected post.
— The Irishman (@commonpatriot) November 28, 2018
Brenda Snipes, the supervisor of elections for Broward County, Florida, will receive nearly $130,000 a year in pensions when she resigns from her position in January.
Snipes, who resigned after receiving intense scrutiny for her office’s handling of the midterm elections earlier this month, is already receiving $58,560 in state pensions from her earlier career as an educator, and is set to add almost $71,000 a year for her time in elected office, the Sun Sentinel reported Tuesday.
When Snipes walks away from her $178,865-a-year job, she’ll be eligible to collect almost $130,000 a year in state pensions for her combined 50 years as a public school educator and elected official.
She already earns $4,880 a month for her time as a teacher and school administrator. She has been receiving that pension in addition to her supervisor’s salary ever since she was appointed by former Gov. Jeb Bush to the position in 2003. She has won election to the office four times since then. More
Snipes had to quit or be fired. DeSantis would have fired her after being sworn in. She was making $178,000 per year before she quit. It’s a lot of money for incompetence or possibly deliberate cheating. Don’t let her resign. Fire her for cause and strip the pension away from her.
So, she’s not going to lose anything and is laughing all the way to the bank. Sickening, isn’t it? She should not be allowed to live fat and happy on the taxpayer dime for the rest of her life. She should be getting 3 squares a day and a cot, in a 10X10 cell.