In just a few weeks, voters across South Florida will pick their representatives. In Miami-Dade County, a county commission race will feature two career politicians with very different visions of the future.
The Miami-Dade County Elections Canvassing Board began meeting Friday morning and have made a determination on a disputed commission race and are evaluating a state house yet to be decided.
Miami-Dade Commissioner Bruno Barreiro may not be done campaigning to stay in office just yet due to the possibility of an unexpected runoff.
As the dust settles on Miami-Dade County’s primary, one thing became clear: all of Norman Braman’s preferred candidates lost.
A Miami-Dade Commissioner’s campaign is raising a few eyebrows with a legal practice of having campaign workers drive voters to the polls and in some cases, assisting the voters in the voting booth.
MIAMI (CBS4) – Appearing Sunday on CBS4’s Facing South Florida, the candidates for Miami Dade County Commission District 5 argued over who was the career politician and who has succeeded in serving the community.
Appearing Sunday on CBS4’s Facing South Florida, the candidates for Miami Dade County Commission District 5 argued over who was the career politician and who has succeeded in serving the community.
Democrat Joe Garcia has made his case to South Florida voters that he should represent him in Congress and twice he’s lost. But Garcia will again run for Congress in 2012 against incumbent Republican Congressman David Rivera and he hit the campaign trail Tuesday.
Several Miami-Dade commissioners who have found themselves in the cross-hairs of auto magnate Norman Braman have begun to fight back.
Most people know that you must be a US Citizen to vote, but apparently, that message missed one Central Florida state legislator. A member of the committee that is overseeing the drawing of new congressional districts, he’s demanded the process be held up until it’s certified hispanic voters there are legal.