If there was one word to describe Florida’s year in politics that word would be expensive.
The state’s hotly contested governor’s race was not the only issue that had South Florida voters going to the polls.
U.S. Rep. Joe Garcia was considered one of the most vulnerable incumbents by political analysts in 2012. That outlook hasn’t changed on Election Day.
One of the more hotly contested races in this year’s General Election is between Democrat freshman U.S. Rep. Joe Garica and the man who wants his job, Republican Carlos Curbelo, a member of the Miami-Dade School.
While the spotlight has been on the close race between Republican Governor Rick Scott and challenger Charlie Crist in this Tuesday’s General Election, Miami-Dade voters have several other races and issues to decide.
One time South Florida congressional candidate Justin Lamar Sternad passed the media in silence as he turned himself in to authorities to begin serving his prison sentence.
A South Florida congressional contest between Democratic freshman U.S. Rep. Joe Garcia and Republican Carlos Curbelo, a Miami-Dade County School Board member, has gone beyond negative.
A Miami-Dade County school board member is giving Democratic Congressman Joe Garcia a run for his money.
For months, Republican congressional candidate Carlos Curbelo refused to release a list of clients he has represented over the years through his public relations and lobbying firm, Capitol Gains.
In the race for U.S. Congress for District 26, the nasty ads are plastered all over social media and TV.