With 4 days remaining to the Miami-Dade special Mayoral runoff, more than 100 thousand people have already made their decision about who will be Miami’s next mayor.
Many Miami Beach residents will not be heading to their usual polling place for the upcoming Miami-Dade mayoral special election on June 28th.
A day after a new poll conducted by CBS4 news partner The Miami Herald showed former Miami-Dade commissioner Carlos Gimenez with a commanding lead in the race to become Miami-Dade’s next mayor,
there’s a sharp blast from the man who beat him in the primary election, former Hialeah mayor Julio Robaina.
Less than 24 hours after a new poll showed Miami-Dade mayoral candidate Carlos Gimenez with a substantial lead over his opponent Julio Robaina in the eyes of likely voters, he picked up a major endorsement from a longtime South Florida politician.
Former Miami-Dade commissioner Carlos Gimenez may have finished second to Julio Robaina in last month’s Miami-Dade Mayoral election, but Friday he picked up a key endorsement from the man who finished number 3.
Former Miami Mayor Xavier Suarez is back in government, after beating former South Miami mayor Julio Robaina in Tuesday’s special election, 53-47%. The win was kept secret until late Thursday afternoon, when the 3rd District Court of Appeals tossed out a lawsuit challenging the vote. The results were suppressed to give the court time to decide.
Miami-Dade voters will have to go to the polls one more time to decide who will be the next mayor of the county.
It appears former Hialeah mayor Julio Robaina and former Miami-Dade commissioner Carlos Gimenez are headed for a June runoff to determine who will be the next Mayor of Miami-Dade county
Miami-Dade county commissioners are expected to file an emergency appeal Wednesday, according to the Department of Elections. Meanwhile, Ricardo Corona, an attorney and Spanish television personality spoke out Tuesday.
Just months after overwhelmingly voting to remove former Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez from office; Miami-Dade voters began hitting the polls at 7:00 a.m. to make their selection for the next county mayor, two commission seats, and charter amendment changes.