Anyone who wants to cast their ballot in the upcoming special election in Miami-Dade and hasn’t registered yet has until the end of the business day Monday to do so.
Anyone who wants to cast their ballot in the upcoming special election in Miami-Dade and hasn’t registered yet has until Monday to do so.
The Miami Dolphins delivered a check for more than $4 million last Friday to kick off the push for a special election to approve a tax for renovating Sun Life Stadium. Voters who want to be a part of that decision do face an important deadline Monday.
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.
More than 1.1 million Floridians have already voted by absentee ballot in the past month, which amounts to regular-season play in the contact sport of Florida politics.
Thousands of Hispanic, Caribbean and African-American voters across Florida will head to polling precincts starting Saturday to usher in Souls to the Polls Weekend, as the state’s Early Voting period begins.
State officials released new voter registration numbers early Saturday, with some surprising changes since 2008.
With ten days left and forecasters calling for a potentially historic storm to strike the East Coast, President Obama and Mitt Romney are launching an adjusted sprint to the finish line.
Time is running out if you want to cast you ballot in the November election but still haven’t registered to vote. Tuesday, October 9th, is the deadline.
The National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the nation’s largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy group, along with Project Vote, held a final push voter-registration event Saturday afternoon.