Voters in Miami-Dade County are on notice to protect their absentee ballots from con men and political opportunists.
The Miami-Dade County Special Election is scheduled for next Tuesday, but the deadline to get absentee ballots is a little more than 24 hours away.
Early voting continues in Miami-Dade for a countywide special election in which voters are being asked to fund an overhaul of the Jackson Health System. Monday afternoon, the CEO of Jackson Health System cast his ballot.
While Miami continues to wait for soccer legend David Beckham to make a final decision about putting a soccer franchise in South Florida; Orlando is moving ahead trying to land a Major League Soccer team of its own.
A South Florida senator wants to more closely tie getting driver licenses with registering to vote.
The Republican Party put together a post-election report that looked to identify problems that cost them the presidency. Chief among the problems was a lack of minority outreach and that’s being found in polling from other groups as well.
A nearly unanimous Miami-Dade County Commission will send an initiative to Miami-Dade County voters in a special election to fund an $830 million overhaul of the Jackson Health System, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
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.