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Alejandra Marquez Janse

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Alejandra Marquez Janse is a Venezuelan journalism student minoring in political science. She is passionate about understanding policy and informing people on issues that affect them.

Democrats hear from candidates for Broward supervisor of elections

Four candidates running for Broward Supervisor of Elections gave their pitches to one of the county's largest voting blocs Wednesday night. About 100 members of...
Debbie Wasserman Schultz speaks at a Democratic event on Feb. 18, 2020. (Alejandra Marqurez Janse/SFMN)

Broward Democrats split between moderate candidates; Bloomberg gains support

At a meeting on Feb. 18, many Broward Democrats said they have decided on either Pete Buttigieg or Joe Biden in the primary, but...

Mass shooting survivors discuss writing, arts as a way to heal

Writing has been a part of the healing process for many school shooting survivors, including those from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, who talked...
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SFMN Explainers: The Florida Presidential Preference Primary

Next up in the explainer series is a look at the Florida Preference Primary. The deadline to register for the primary is fast approaching, so...
Sunrise Mayor Mike Ryan speaks at the Coral Spring/Parkland Democratic Club on Feb. 6 2020 on behalf of the Buttigieg campaign. (Alejandra Marquez Janse/SFMN)

Broward Dems discuss vote security, defeating Trump

During a meeting Thursday evening, Broward County Democrats said they were focused on choosing a candidate who can defeat President Donald Trump in November....

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó visits Miami

Listening to música llanera and singing the “Star Spangled Banner” right before “Gloria al Bravo Pueblo,” the Venezuelan diaspora and some U.S. politicians greeted...

State legislators go undercover: A proposed law would make addresses secret

A proposed law would make hundreds of lawmakers’ home addresses and phone numbers secret. But both a state lawmaker and a First Amendment advocate...

Following the Herald, Miami New Times moves toward forming a union

Two months after reporters at the Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald formed a union, those at another of the city's largest newspapers announced...
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Culture Shock Miami delivers reasonably priced arts tickets to students

Culture Shock Miami provides $5 tickets to cultural events for teens and young adults ages 13 to 22. The goal is to attract a...

Agustina Woodgate’s “The Source” in Collins Park slaked Art Basel’s thirst

Visitors at Miami's Art Basel, which concluded this past weekend, might well have left thirsty if it weren't for Argentine and Miami-based artist Agustina...