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Llorente sits out races for new biz with big DEM moneyman

Llorente sits out races for new biz with big DEM moneyman

One of the names many political observers thought they would see on the bulging ballot this year is MIA so far. But former State Rep. Marcelo Llorente (Rep., District 116)…

Gimenez House in Hialeah ‘hood

Maybe Miami-Dade mayoral candidate Carlos Gimenez digs Hialeah, after all. The former county commissioner has taken some disproportionate flack for a robocall that disses the City of Progress, which he…

Llorente to endorse Gimenez

Former State Rep. Marcelo Llorente, who came in third last month in the special election to replace the recalled county mayor, will announce that he will endorse the number 2…

Ladra’s Candidates Cliff Notes

After seven (seems like 17) different forums and debates in the last couple of weeks, Ladra feels likes she gets the gist of the 11 mayoral candidates because, well, they…

Chivalry and guts shine at forum

She may be small in size, but Gabrielle Redfern — the only woman on the 11-member county mayoral wannabe contest — has big you-know-whats. Repeatedly uninvited to candidate forums and…

New poll: Robaina drops, Luke #3

Unconfirmed results of an unseen mayoral candidate poll — and this time Ladra only got the same information from two people, not the three we like to have — are…

All inclusive mayoral forum Monday

Miami-Dade mayoral hopefuls Jose “Pepe” Cancio and Luther “Luke” Campbell, snubbed from other candidate forums, finally have a platform on which they can finally share the stage and be compared…

Robaina sets huge $$ race lead

Hialeah Mayor Julio Robaina, one of the front runners in the race to replace recalled county mayor Carlos Alvarez, has raised more than $611,000 for the election bid. That’s more…

11 mayoral wannabes by the bell

Eleven candidates finally qualified to run for county mayor by the 5 p.m. deadline today, including four additional names that were new ones — in this race, anyway. Wilbur Bell…