Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Tag: election

Activists worked to register Florida’s former felons to vote

With the general election just weeks away, Florida’s ex-felons may well be the swing votes that never materialize, said activists. Until yesterday's Oct. 5...

Hundreds gather to seek jobs in Miami elections

Dariel Cardenas was born in Cuba and migrated to the United States when he was 8 years old. He became a citizen at age...

In Wasserman-Schultz’s district, vote-by mail becomes an issue as deadline looms...

On August 18, Florida’s 23rd Congressional District, which covers Broward County and a portion of Miami-Dade, will have its primary elections. As Broward nears...

First person: Working at the polls during the coronavirus crisis

After a night of watching the latest episode of "Last Week Tonight" and several other videos emphasizing the importance of social distancing, my anxieties...

Miami organization teams up with Black Lives Matter to hold a...

African Americans voted their presidential preference – provided with a detailed breakdown of different policies but no names – during a "black presidential caucus"...

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...

Miami Young Republicans cheer on Trump speech

Chants of “USA” and “four more years” rang out during the Miami Young Republicans' State of the Union watch party on Tuesday night, a...