Just a day after receiving the endorsement of former 2 Live Crew frontman Luther Campbell, Julio Robaina has lined up another big name supporting his campaign.
Former Miami-Dade commissioner Carlos Gimenez may have finished second to Julio Robaina in last month’s Miami-Dade Mayoral election, but Friday he picked up a key endorsement from the man who finished number 3.
Quick to fire, slow to hire – apparently Miami-Dade voters are in no hurray to elect a new mayor.
If the first six days of early voting in the Miami-Dade special election are any indicator, voters are far less interested in picking a new mayor than they were forcing one out of office.
A steady stream of voters cast ballots at select polling stations Monday as early voting got underway for Miami-Dade’s May 24th Special Election to choose a new Mayor, two Commissioners and decide on several proposed county charter amendments.
Voters in Miami-Dade will be able to go to the polls beginning Monday to cast their ballot for a new Mayor, a pair of two commission seats and to voice their support, or non-support, for a number of county charter amendments.
Candidates who want to run for the District 7 Miami-Dade County Commission seat, newly vacant due to the resignation of Carlos Gimenez who is running for County Mayor, have until 5:00 p.m. Thursday to meet the qualifying deadline.
Miami-Dade County Commissioners met Wednesday morning and added Carlos Gimenez’s newly vacant commission seat to the May 24th election ballot that will have Miami-Dade voters electing a new mayor and now two new commissioners.
Nearly a dozen people who want to be Miami-Dade’s next mayor have filed the necessary paperwork to be placed on the May 24th special election ballot.
Miami-Dade County Commissioners have formally decided on a day to hold a special election in the race for a new mayor and District 13 commissioner. The special election will take place on May 24th.