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.
We have some of the best weather in the world, except for hurricanes. We have white sand beaches, when they don’t erode. Glittering nightclubs, if you can afford it. A diverse population, if you can understand them. Lots of people think Miami is a paradise, so why does one poll call us the most miserable city in the nation?
The polls are closed and tabulations for the Republican presidential primary have begun in most of the Sunshine State.
Many Miami Beach residents will not be heading to their usual polling place for the upcoming Miami-Dade mayoral special election on June 28th.
If President Barack Obama wants to win Florida’s 29 electoral votes next year, he has quite a bit of work to do, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday morning.