Early voting in the Sunshine State kicked off to a record-breaking start this week and President Trump will join the millions of Floridians in early voting this weekend.
Big Weekend Ahead For South Florida VotersEarly voting in the Sunshine State kicked off to a record-breaking start this week and President Trump will join the millions of Floridians in early voting this weekend.
Who Will Be Broward's New Supervisor Of Elections?Voters in Broward will be selecting a new Supervisor of Elections on November 3.
New Initiative '#ForTheWyn' Will Support Reopening Wynwood Area BusinessesA new initiative by the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) has been launched. They call it <em>#FortheWyn</em>, and it will support area businesses as they continue to reopen after the coronavirus pandemic.
Margaret Brennan, Moderator Of "Face the Nation," On Campaign 2020You can watch "Face the Nation" every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on CBS4.
Florida Attorney Suspected Of Being Bank Robber Denied BondA federal judge Friday denied bond for a Miami attorney suspected of being a serial bank robber.
ELECTION FACTS 2020: Canvassing Board and Proving Validity Of Voting ProcessAfter each election, the Miami Dade canvassing board randomly selects one race and up to eight precincts to be audited during a public meeting. A manual, hand count of the ballots is compared to the machine totals. This is protocol and has been in place for the past 10 years to prove the validity of the voting process
ELECTION FACTS 2020: Comparing Broward's Early Voting Numbers In 2020 to 2016.In 2016, 71.55 percent of Broward voters turned out to the polls, with over 426 thousand participating in early voting. The highest turnout on record was 82.5 percent in the 1992 presidential election between Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush.
Man Sought In Broward Garbage Truck FiresThe Broward Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man they say broke into a waste facility in Pompano Beach last Sunday and set fire to several garbage trucks.
ELECTION FACTS 2020: Important Information For Special Needs VotersEvery voting location meets the Americans with Disability act standards. Each one is equipped with a paper based voting system that uses touchscreen and audio technology if needed. This is all to help voters who have issues with their eyesight, trouble reading or a disability.
ELECTION FACTS 2020: What To Bring With You On Election DayA current and valid picture I-D with signature such as your Florida Driver’s License, a U.S. passport, military identification or federal ID. If you do not bring ID you should not be turned away. You will be allowed to vote on a provisional ballot.
ELECTION FACTS 2020: Get To Know What's On The BallotWhether you’re voting early or plan to cast your ballot on November 3, familiarize yourself with your sample ballot ahead of time. You can view and print your customized ballots and read the amendments. Plan ahead and even check out wait times for early voting online. If you’re voting on Election day, make sure you know your polling precinct.
ELECTION FACTS 2020: Early VotingEarly voting is going on until November 1st. Early voting hours are from 7am until 7pm. There is no early voting on Election Day or the day before. Miami-Dade has 33 early voting sites and Broward has 22 locations.
Latest Early Voting Numbers As Of FridayThousands of voters have already participated in early voting with more expected before November 1st.
11 Days Until Election DayCBS4's Joan Murray brings you a report on the final push to Election Day
Family Seeks Answers In Fatal ShootingMiami police are searching for the gunman who shot up a Miami home, leaving one man dead and three people injured, including a baby.
Day After Final Debate, Trump Heads to Florida, Biden To DelawareBoth candidates are claiming victory after last night’s final presidential debate. It was a more civil and substantive affair this time between President Donald Trump and Former Vice President Joe Biden as they focused on the issues… with 11 days until the election and millions of votes already cast.
Trump Biden Debate Much More Traditional Than The FirstIt was a more traditional debate between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden last night. After a chaotic first debate, this time, each candidate had his mic cut off for the first two minutes of each topic…and there were far fewer interruptions
Gov. Ron DeSantis Announces State Will Begin Allowing Outdoor Visitation Long-Term Care FacilitiesCBS4's Dave Warren reports the state changes will also allow children to visit long-term care residents.
Political Science Expert: Stark Differences In Presidential Candidates Fueling Early Voting NumbersCBS4's Ty Russell spoke with Charles Zelden, who said this election reminds him of Ronald Reagan versus Jimmy Carter.
Race For Broward Sheriff: Gregory Tony vs. Wayne ClarkCBS4's Ted Scouten previews the important race.
COVID Cases Spiking Across The U.S.CBS4's Laura Podesta shares the latest developments from around the nation.
State Attorney's Office Reviewing Incident Involving Uniformed Miami Officer With Pro-Trump Mask At Early Voting Site“While I respect the Officer’s First Amendment right to express his opinion and support any candidate he wishes, I agree with Chief Colina’s statement calling his actions unacceptable,” wrote State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle in a press release.
Florida Reports Highest Number Of New COVID Cases In Months With 5,558CBS4's Joan Murray reports on the fall surge of coronavirus.
Opa-locka Police Department Faces Lawsuit Over Alleged Police BrutalityA Miami Lakes attorney says he plans to sue the city of Opa-locka, its police department, and officers for excessive battery and a violation of civil rights after a violent incident on September 21st in which a man was taken in to custody.