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Property Appraiser Race Headed To Run Off

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The race for the Miami-Dade Property Appraiser is headed to a run off.

With 711 out of 812 precincts reporting, Pedro J. Garcia has 35-percent of the vote while Eddy González has 25-percent of the vote. 213 more words


Incumbents Headed For Reelection In Miami-Dade Schools Races

MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Miami-Dade County school board incumbents Perla Taberes Hantman and Marta Pérez are headed for reelection.

With all 54 precincts reporting, Hantman has 81-percent of the votes. 146 more words


Dozens Pass On The Polls To Camp Out For IKEA Miami's Grand Opening

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Using to tents for shade from the sun and resting on air mattresses and sleeping bags, fans of the Scandinavian furniture and home furnishings retailer IKEA are camping outside the newest South Florida store to be some of the first inside when it opens on Wednesday. 464 more words


Results from the primary election are in! So how was voter turnout?

MADISON (WITI) — Approximately 12.7 percent of eligible voters turned out for the August 12th partisan primary, according to results certified Tuesday, August 26th by the Government Accountability Board. 307 more words


2014 Candidate Endorsements/Recommendations

AKA “Better Late Than Never”

Every election season, I’m approached by a lot of people with some version of the question, “who should I vote for?” 936 more words


Mia Goes to the Polls

I almost forgot about the primary election.

My mail-in ballot sat in a stack of mail, nearly lost, for weeks. A reminder the night before the election got me bubbling in choices and thinking taking Mia with me to drop off the ballot at the Pinellas County Courthouse in downtown Clearwater would be a great exposure. 255 more words

Southeastern Guide Dogs

The Privilege of Voting in America

Picture credit: Walkingfox

Today was our Primary Election day here in Florida and like good citizens, we of course went to our local polls and voted. 579 more words