Jim sits down with Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen to discuss David Rivera’s decision to run for his old seat in Congress, he chances of immigration reform, Venezuela, Obamacare, VA issues and much more.
This past week former Congressman David Rivera decided to jump into the race for his old seat. Rivera, who lost his election in 2012 amid a flurry of scandals, remains under federal investigation. Before Rivera added himself to the crowded republican primary field, the person who seemed in the best position to win was Miami-Dade school board member Carlos Curbelo.
Jim talks to Curbelo to get his reaction to the surprising turn of events.
Former embattled South Florida Congressman David Rivera, under investigation in a campaign financing scheme, has filed the necessary paperwork to run for the 26th Congressional District seat.
As former U.S. Representative David Rivera announced he plans another run for Congress, a close associate of his has been denied bail a second time on charges of violating federal campaign finance laws.
David Rivera, a former U.S. congressman ousted in scandal in 2012, announced he will run for Congress again in 2014 while appearing on Spanish television’s MegaTV Thursday night.
Ana Alliegro, an associate of former Republican Congressman David Rivera, was in federal court Friday in a campaign finance violations case.
Ana Alliegro, the friend and political confidante of former Republican Congressman David Rivera, pleaded not guilty in federal court Monday afternoon to multiple charges related to the campaign of Justin Sternad.
Ana Alliegro – friend and political confidante of former Republican Congressman David Rivera – was arrested by Nicaraguan authorities at a hair salon Tuesday and turned over to the FBI Friday morning. Late Friday afternoon, Alliegro returned to Miami on a flight from Managua. She covered her faced with her hands as she walked through the airport.
The sordid campaign finance scandal involving convicted congressional candidate Justin Lamar Sternad and U.S. Rep. David Rivera has taken a major twist.
The sentencing for a former South Florida congressional candidate who admitted to election fraud has been delayed for 90 days.