Tensions are high on election day for four Miami-Dade County Commission seats up for grabs. Two of the races are generating the most heat.
Her courageous battle against cancer and her famed motto “Live Like Bella” became a rallying cry for tens of thousands on social media.
The race for the District 8 Miami-Dade County Commission seat is between incumbent Lynda Bell and challenger Daniella Levine Cava. The election is Tuesday August 26th, but Bell and Levine Cava will debate the issues in a special half-hour edition of Facing South Florida with Jim DeFede.
Miami-Dade County Commission Vice Chair Lynda Bell will host her 4th Annual Back-to-School Backpack Giveaway on Sunday, August 3rd from 1 to 5 p.m. at the South Dade YMCA Family Center, 9355 SW 134th Street, Miami, FL 33176.
Lynda Bell won her Miami-Dade County commission seat in 2010 largely on a platform of no new taxes and fiscal conservatism. Bell is a Republican.
Jeffrey Porter declared victory in the Homestead mayoral race Tuesday night.
Miami-Dade residents who do their civic duty won’t have to pay for parking.
Governor Rick Scott will attend the installation of Miami-Dade’s first Hispanic chairwoman of the Miami-Dade County Commission Friday when Rebecca Sosa is sworn in by U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio.
The City Commission of Miami-Dade County presented Neighbors 4 Neighbors with a special proclamation in honor of their upcoming 20th anniversary.
After serving her first year in office, Miami-Dade County Commissioner Lynda Bell wants to make big changes to county hall. Bell is co-sponsor of two charter reform questions that will go before county voters next […]