Monday, August 15, 2022

Tag: elections

Hialeah’s future will be in the hands of a new mayor...

This November, Hialeah Mayor Carlos Hernandez will be leaving office as he reaches his term limit and a new mayor will be elected.  Though the...

Vanessa Joseph empowers North Miami

While waiting in line to vote in 2016, Vanessa Joseph said she was surprised by how little people seemed to know about local government....

Esteban “Steve” Bovo: From city councilman to mayoral candidate

His roots are in Cuba. His father, who he is named after, was a veteran of the Bay of Pigs Invasion and member of...

Amazing enthusiasm in Dade as early voting starts (includes tips on...

Thousands of voters showed up early across Miami-Dade County this morning to cast their ballots as early voting started. Some experts expect the general...

Running for a new school board term, Steve Gallon III talks...

Miami-Dade School Board Member Steve Gallon III, currently unopposed in his reelection bid, said it's times like these that the district has an obligation...

Bernie Sanders leads heading for Nevada, but other Democrats top the...

For better or for worse, campaign financing plays a huge role in today's elections. Although money is only one of many factors in determining...

Miami Beach Democrats gather, hoping for a blue wave

Members of the Miami Beach Democratic Club gathered at the Gaythering Hotel for a midterm election watch party with moderate expectations. They filled the...

Black Congress members from Florida to maintain firm grip on districts

If elected to office, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum would be Florida’s first black governor. Though this would be a significant moment in the state’s history,...