On Nov. 6, Miami-Dade County voters will vote for a new governor, U.S. senate and house seats, and a bunch of amendments and referenda.
Lance Dixon / October 30, 2018
Does looking at all the state amendments on your ballot this year kind of make you want to cry? Us too. But we’re here to help.
Lance Dixon / October 17, 2018
County referendum 5 proposes prohibiting people from paying workers or organizations based on how how many signatures they get for a petition.
Lance Dixon / October 16, 2018
County referendum 6 is about the creation of a new municipality in northeast Miami-Dade County.
County referendum 3 proposes a chance for more public input on petitions and also requires the county commission to approve a petition before it goes out to the public.
County referendum 4 proposes some procedural changes to county elections for unopposed candidates.
County referendum 2 proposes a change to a county law similar to the state’s resign-to-run law.
County referendum 1 proposes making circuit court clerk elections nonpartisan, the way that the mayoral and county commission elections are.
We broke all the Miami-Dade County referenda to help you #votelikeyoulivehere.
Rafael Pineyro is running for the District 12 Miami-Dade county commission seat in the Aug. 28 election.
Lance Dixon / August 7, 2018