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A Miami-Dade County Elections Department voting machine during pre-election testing. (Source: CBS4)

Herald: Commissioner, Uncle Of Fmr. Hialeah Mayor Implicated In Absentee Ballot Probe

The absentee ballot scandal, which has already marred two Miami-Dade political campaigns, has now focused its attention on a county commissioner and the uncle of Hialeah’s former mayor.

CBS4–08/09/2012

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Extended Street Designation Honors Teen Killed In 1999

A South Florida mother is hoping that an extended street designation in honor of her daughter who lost her life in a 1999 car accident will bring awareness to reckless driving.

CBS4–10/28/2011

Xavier Suarez (l), and Esteban Bovo Jr. (r) take the oath of office to become the newest Miami-Dade County Commissioners on Monday, June 6, 2011. (MDTV)

Suarez, Bovo Sworn In As Miami-Dade County’s Newest Commissioners

Newly-elected Miami-Dade Commissioners Xavier Suarez and Esteban Bovo, Jr. were sworn into office Monday morning.

CBS4–06/06/2011

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District 13 County Commissioner Candidates Talk Jobs, Local Economy

Four candidates are running in County Commission District 13 to replace Natacha Seijas – who was recalled on March 15. Candidates spoke openly about job creation, county benefits and funding for local businesses.

CBS4–05/13/2011

Esteban Bovo has entered the race to fill an open Miami-Dade County Commission seat. (Source: State House photo)

Hialeah Lawmaker Resigns To Run For County Commission

State Rep. Esteban Bovo resigned from the legislature in order to run for the Miami-Dade County Commission seat left open after voters recalled Commissioner Natacha Seijas.

CBS4–03/25/2011

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Fl. Legislature Considers Expanded Gambling

As the Legislature considers several bills that would alter or even expand gambling in Florida, the chairman of a key House panel said Tuesday the states need to acknowledge its status as a gaming state and find a more effective way to regulate the industry.

CBS4–03/23/2011

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