As Miami-Dade voters go to the polls in Tuesday’s primary election, Rod Vereen hopes they will cast their ballots for him in the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office race.
This Tuesday voters will head to the polls to cast their ballots in Florida’s Primary Election. However, outside of some local, legislative and congressional races, the election could be a bit of a snoozer.
It’s tough to unseat a political powerhouse like U.S Congresswoman Frederica Wilson but Dr. Rudolph Moise is not a man who is easily intimidated by a challenge.
Katherine Fernandez Rundle wants voters to re-elect her as Miami-Dade’s State Attorney. After heading up the fourth largest State Attorney’s Office in the nation, she’s got a major challenger at the polls.
With early voting well underway for August 14th’s primary election, the news coming from around the state has been positive with many election supervisors saying they hope this will foreshadow an easy general election in November.
Early voting for the August primary is already well underway, but the results in Broward County have been slim, while Miami-Dade is seeing large number voting by absentee ballot.
In what could be their final television interviews before Election Day, Barbara Jordan and Shirley Gibson both spoke to CBS4’S Gio Benitez and had messages for voters who will go to the polls and pick one of them to represent Miami-Dade’s District 1 for the next four years.
Eager to cast your ballot and avoid last-minute lines? Early voting in Miami-Dade County will begin Saturday.
Voters in five Florida counties will be allowed to begin casting their primary votes Monday, while most of the state will wait until next Saturday
Appearing Sunday on CBS4’s Facing South Florida, the candidates for Miami Dade County Commission District 5 argued over who was the career politician and who has succeeded in serving the community.