Sergio Robaina, the uncle of former Mayor Julio Robaina, will accept probation and plead guilty to misdemeanor charges of illegally possessed absentee ballots, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
A Miami-Dade circuit judge has refused to throw out a county ordinance that makes possession of more than two absentee ballots a misdemeanor.
Eric Johnson is a 10-year veteran of the Hialeah Fire Department. His career has been focused on responding to life threatening emergencies. But recently, Johnson has been on a different mission: fighting absentee voter fraud.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Sergio Robaina, the uncle of former Hialeah Mayor Julio Robaina, is now facing ballot fraud charges. State prosecutors charged the 74-year old Robaina with two felony counts of tampering with ballots. He’s […]
Miami-Dade Commissioner Esteban Bovo met with the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office Wednesday to speak with them about an ongoing investigation into absentee ballot fraud.
Florida representative Jean Patrick Julien, (D)-North Miami Beach, says he will wage a court battle challenging his razor-thin defeat last week. Julien lost to fellow Democrat Barbara Watson by a scant 13 votes. He believes he would have won, but for election fraud.
The absentee ballot scandal that erupted a little more than a week ago has marred two political campaigns in Miami-Dade County has now ensnared a county commissioner and the uncle of Hialeah’s former mayor.
The absentee ballot scandal, which has already marred two Miami-Dade political campaigns, has now focused its attention on a county commissioner and the uncle of Hialeah’s former mayor.