“It is great being here at the U,” Hillary Clinton said with a smile, making a “U” gesture with her hands as she took the stage at the University of Miami’s Bank United Center Wednesday night.
While it’s still more than a year until the gubernatorial election, it’s widely expected that former Governor Charlie Crist will run as a Democrat and challenge Republican Governor Rick Scott; and at least one U.S. Senator believes Scott’s in for quite a fight.
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.
Marcelo Llorente may not be a household name, but he hopes to become the next Mayor of Miami-Dade County. With a fresh approach, and positive platform, Llorente could be the dark horse contender for the County’s top job.
MIAMI (CBS4) – Democratic gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink and independent Senate candidate Charlie Crist have been crisscrossing the state on the final day of the campaign trying to secure the final few votes out there […]
There are serious questions tonight about a traffic accident eight years ago involving a prominent political candidate and what he says about the accident today, now that he’s running for the US Congress.
The CBS4 I-Team and CBS4′s news partners at the Miami Herald have spent the last six weeks looking into the incident involving Congressional candidate David Mauricio Rivera and discrepancies between his version of events and what an official Highway Patrol report says happened.
CBS4 I-Team reporter Stephen Stock has the details.