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.
Polls in Miami-Dade County have been open for hours, but not many voters turned out Tuesday morning.
A Miami-Dade circuit court judge ruled late Monday to temporarily suppress the results for tomorrow’s District 7 race.
If you didn’t vote Saturday for the special mayoral election in Miami-Dade county, you’ll have to visit your precinct polling place Tuesday to take part. A Miami-Dade judge on Friday backed the county elections department’s decision to cancel a day of early voting for Tuesday’s special election, so Saturday’s session was the last for this election.
With Election Day just days away, Luther Campbell is one candidate vying for the people’s trust.
In just five days, Miami-Dade voters will be casting ballots for a new mayor. Some voters though may be in for a big surprise.
An attorney for a Miami-Dade Mayoral candidate made his case before a judge Thursday morning as to why early voting hours should be restored for this Sunday.