It is certainly true that things got a little crazy in the race for mayor of North Miami, even judging by South Florida standards.
It’s Election Day for residents who live in two South Florida cities.
In Florida, during the 2012 presidential elections, more Hispanics showed up to vote than other states with large Latino populations.
Venezuelans across South Florida are headed to New Orleans to vote in the first presidential election since the death of Hugo Chavez.
Pompano Beach Mayor Lamar Fisher, who has been on the job for more than a decade, isn’t going anywhere.
While a proposal to expand the number of early voting days and limit the length of a ballot passed in a House subcommittee on Wednesday, Democrats said it will need change if it is to garner bipartisan support.
The bar for election wait times has been raised: one hour.
Two Miami lawmakers have filed the first legislation that would expand early voting, though the measure wouldn’t allow for as many days as previously allowed.
As Broward’s top cop, Sheriff Al Lamberti used his last news conference to praise his agency’s efforts to reduce hate crimes in the county — a finding reflected in the 2011 Hate Crimes in Florida report issued by the state attorney general’s office this week.
The swearing-in ceremony for Sheriff-elect Scott Israel will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, January 8, 2013, at The Faith Center in Sunrise. He will be sworn in by Broward County Circuit Judge Ilona Holmes.