With the November General Election about two and a half weeks away, elections supervisors are encouraging all voters to to become familiar with their specific ballot and encourage them to vote early if they can.
With the August Primary a little less than two weeks away, Miami-Dade’s elections department has a few suggestions for those planning to mail in their ballot.
Monday is the last day to register to vote in the August 26th primary election. The Primary Election not only has party-specific races, but also nonpartisan races that are applicable to all registered voters—regardless of party affiliation.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez and elections supervisor Penelope Townsley have decided to push back “re-precincting” until early 2015. We look at the impact the delay to evenly divide voters among precincts might have on voters and voting lines in the upcoming November election.
Nearly 200,000 absentee ballots will be going out in the mail Tuesday for the upcoming Special Election in Miami-Dade.
The much-maligned Miami-Dade Elections department will bypass the recommendations of a grand jury to improve the security for elections.
The bill to tax tourists for renovations of Sun Life Stadium didn’t pass, but people voted, and now their votes have been counted.
Nearly 60,000 people voted absentee or early on whether the Miami Dolphins should get tourist taxes for a major facelift of Sun Life Stadium.
Miami-Dade voters will get their say in a proposal to use tax dollars to, in part, fund renovations at Sun Life Stadium.
The bar for election wait times has been raised: one hour.