The latest debate among Miami Beach mayoral candidates became explosive this week—and some of which led to backlash was caught on video.
Homestead voters decided Tuesday they did not want suspended mayor Steve Bateman to serve another term.
The Miami Beach Mayoral race is going to get some extra coverage thanks to a funnyman turned politician. MTV is even shooting a documentary centering on comedian Steve Berke’s run for office. Wednesday, Berke revealed his plans for the city’s future.
A candidate for North Miami mayor picked up a major political endorsement, or so she said.
If you think politics is boring, you haven’t seen what they are doing in Hialeah this week.
Julio Robaina, the former Hialeah mayor now vying to take over the same position in Miami Dade County, declared Tuesday he could solve the county’s projected $400 million deficit without closing any fire stations, laying off any police officers or asking for wage concessions from any county employee who makes less than $80,000 a year.
Miami-Dade’s second largest city is being dragged into a political dog fight for the next County mayor.
With Election Day just days away, Luther Campbell is one candidate vying for the people’s trust.
Pro gay rights group, Save Dade, and socially conservative group, The Christian Family Coalition, both sent out voter guides to their thousands of members. That’s not unusual; they do it for every election. But what is strange is that they both say Miami-Dade Mayoral candidate Hialeah Mayor Julio Robaina is on their side when it comes to basic gay rights.
Incumbent North Miami Mayor Myron Rosner will give up his seat after being beaten by political newcomer and activist George Vallejo in a runoff election Tuesday.