There are just a few days left for early voting in Florida ahead of the Nov. 4 general election.
he Miami-Dade and Broward Elections Departments wants to remind all voters that Wednesday is the deadline to request an Absentee Ballot for the November 4, 2014 Primary Election.
With the August Primary a little less than two weeks away, Miami-Dade’s elections department has a few suggestions for those planning to mail in their ballot.
Election season is upon us, and we want you to be well-informed and ready.
The ongoing criminal investigation into an absentee-ballot request case took investigators to the private office of North Miami Mayor Lucie Tondreau Friday morning.
Voters hoping to request an absentee ballot for the upcoming Miami-Dade County special election have just a few hours to contact the Miami-Dade Elections Department.
The Miami-Dade County Special Election is scheduled for next Tuesday, but the deadline to get absentee ballots is a little more than 24 hours away.
Hundreds of pages of documents and recorded phone calls detail an absentee ballot investigation that led prosecutors to charge two campaign aids working for former Miami mayoral candidate Francis Suarez.
Congressman Joe Garcia’s chief of staff, Jeffrey Garcia, resigned Friday for his involvement in a scheme to manipulate last year’s election.
North Miami’s election took another bizarre turn late Friday afternoon. Miami-Dade’s Canvasing Board, in an abundance of caution, chose not to certify the vote. Instead they invited losing candidates to come to Doral and inspect ballots.