Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives will vote for the 37th time to repeal President Barack Obama’s health care act. The political theater will give conservatives fodder for their constituents, but will end up costing voters even more.
It is certainly true that things got a little crazy in the race for mayor of North Miami, even judging by South Florida standards.
With a touch of special effects, even a Congressman pitching one plan, two competing companies revealed their visions for the tired Miami Beach Convention Center Tuesday.
The ink is still drying on the agreement between Miami-Dade County and the Miami Dolphins to send a stadium renovation deal to the voters, but if you want to have a chance to vote in the special election, you have precious little time to make sure you’re registered to vote.
Time is growing perilously short for the Miami Dolphins and the South Florida Super Bowl Committee to put together a public referendum vote on whether or not to contribute public money to the renovation of Sun Life Stadium.
The plan to renovate Sun Life Stadium came one step closer to a full vote in the state senate when the Senate Appropriations Committee passed the bill.
The United States Supreme Court opened hearings Wednesday on a challenge to the law that if overturned could fundamentally reshape how an entire region of the country handles elections.
The Republican Party has lost the last two presidential elections by large majorities in the Electoral College and lost the popular vote in Congress in 2012. So, party leaders at the state level are pushing for changes in the way electoral votes are apportioned.
Miami-Dade County voters suffered some of the longest wait times in the country on Election Day, but the remedy to the problem may come from California.
As people voted hours after midnight on election night, Miami-Dade county leaders were scrambling to fix what had been days of chaos.