Mayor Carlos Alvarez
As Miami-Dade’s Special Election Day to replace Mayor Carlos Alvarez approaches, voters will have not one, but two, opportunities to get to know the candidates.
Candidates vying for the spot as Miami-Dade’s next mayor participated in the county’s mayoral debate Wednesday. It was their first official debate, and it was a cordial affair with little disagreement on the issues.
An “education committee” of Miami Dade Transit workers that spent all their time campaigning on behalf of Mayor Carlos Alvarez in the recent recall election cost taxpayers more than $128,000, according to a report prepared by the county Inspector General’s Office.
Miami businessman Norman Braman is stepping up pressure on county commissioners to embrace reform — or potentially face the same fate as his last target— Mayor Carlos Alvarez.
The first candidate to file paperwork to fill former Miami-Dade County Commissioner Natacha Seijas’ seat is State Rep. Esteban Bovo, a Hialeah Republican who was elected to the state house in 2008.
After months of stories we can finally put the recall of Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez and Commissioner Natacha Seijas to bed. It’s clear the media has been in love with this story from the […]
There will be no long goodbyes for Carlos Alvarez. Miami-Dade’s recalled mayor could be out of office in less than 48 hours, and that means a new mayor will be appointed or a special election will be held.
A humbled former Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez made his first public comments Wednesday since voters overwhelmingly decided to throw him out of office with 18 months left in his term.
There will be a changing of the guard at Miami-Dade’s top political spot after residents voted by a landslide margin of nearly 9-1 to oust Mayor Carlos Alvarez.
Now that voters in Miami-Dade County have chosen to recall Mayor Carlos Alvarez along with Commissioner Natacha Seijas many are wondering who is in charge of the county.