The three leading candidates to replace Miami Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez gathered for their first debate Friday during a luncheon sponsored by the Latin Builders Association.
After hours of deliberation, Miami-Dade commissioners decided on a date for a special election to amend the county’s charter.
Friday is the day a supermajority of Miami-Dade County voters have been waiting to see. The Miami-Dade Elections canvassing board meets Friday to officially approve the votes from Tuesday’s recall election.
MIAMI (CBS4) – MIAMI (CBS4) – A Miami commissioner who plans to run for the Mayor’s Office once a Canvassing Board certifies the votes of Tuesday’s recall election for Carlos Alvarez feels there will probably […]
Politicians across South Florida and the nation watched as the recall election results came in for Mayor Carlos Alvarez and Miami Dade Commissioner Natacha Seijas.
Less than 24 hours after Miami-Dade voters resoundingly voted to recall Mayor Carlos Alvarez and Commissioner Natacha Seijas, there could be another shake up in the works.
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.
For Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez and county commissioner Natacha Seijas it all comes down to Tuesday as voters head to the polls to cast their ballots in a recall election.