Stories with 'election 2016' tag

9 Miami women reflect on Election 2016

We profiled nine female leaders from across Miami-Dade — in their homes, at their favorite juice spots, and over many cafecitos to hear their opinions on this election and, in its aftermath what they plan to do to to make our local community stronger.

/ November 22, 2016

We’re all on the same team.

Many of us are hurting today. We live in a county that went hard for the candidate that didn’t win, so a lot of us don’t quite get what’s happening.

/ November 9, 2016

This is who won and by how much on Nov. 8

Here’s who and what came out on top in this crazy, grueling election, from county questions all the way up to the presidential race.

/ November 9, 2016

Mad libbing 2016: This whole election made me feel _____.

Here’s how you feel on the eve of the possible end of the world.

/ November 7, 2016

How Miami-Dade voted in the last five presidential elections

If you want proof that we don’t vote like the rest of Florida, here it is.

/ November 7, 2016

Project Pastelito: Turning voting in Miami into a pachanga

What that means: Pounds and pounds of lechon. A “bazillion” croquetas. Street bands. And la chiva.

/ November 6, 2016

We killed it at early voting this year.

Eighty percent more Miami-Dade County residents voted early this year. And that doesn’t include Sunday’s numbers.

/ November 6, 2016

Dear Mr. Trump: Ever heard of Jim Crow?

Allow me to bring you up to speed on the fuller picture of the African-American community.

/ October 31, 2016

Your ballot might not count because you have bad handwriting

Hundreds of mail-in ballots were thrown out in August. Don’t let it happen to yours.

/ October 24, 2016

2016 General Election: Amendment 1

Flickr Creative Commons / Marufish You’ve probably heard a lot about Amendment 1. All kinds of cheerful ads on Twitter and Facebook with smiling suns are telling you to vote yes on it. But voting yes hurts solar energy’s expansion across Florida. It will remove the incentive that encourages people to take on the big […]

/ October 20, 2016