Miami-Dade Heating up Early for 2024 Election Cycle

Miami-Dade Heating up Early for 2024 Election Cycle

Jim McCool
|
May 18, 2024
Although Miami-Dade County is still a fairly liberal area compared to the rest of Florida, Republicans are making a run at the area with multiple political events happening there this weekend. Miami Young Republicans are hosting an event in Doral, Florida to promote former President Trump (R) and Trump-friendly Republican candidates in other races. Trump […]
Read More
Gimenez Kills Rumors of Retaking Miami-Dade Mayoral Office

Gimenez Kills Rumors of Retaking Miami-Dade Mayoral Office

Grayson Bakich
|
April 23, 2024
***Update*** Representative Carlos Gimenez (R-FL) was recently qualified for reelection to his third term in Congress, sitting on a hefty war chest of $1.1 million on hand as November gets closer. The qualification came at a time when rumors had circulated the Florida Congressman would not seek reelection and instead return to his previous post […]
Read More
The Miami Herald's Tales of Two Mayors

The Miami Herald's Tales of Two Mayors

Javier Manjarres
|
February 16, 2024
The City of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez (R) has been the political punching bag for every media outlet in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, especially the Miami Herald. While Mayor Suarez has not made it easy on himself by engaging in some questionable business dealings, offering much political fodder for his opponents and media outlets to […]
Read More
Rep. Alina Garcia Will Not Seek Reelection to Florida House

Rep. Alina Garcia Will Not Seek Reelection to Florida House

Javier Manjarres
|
February 15, 2024
Florida Rep. Alina Garcia (R) has decided to not seek reelection to the Florida House of Representatives in the 2024 presidential election cycle, and will instead run for Miami-Dade County Supervisor of Election. In an exclusive interview with The Floridian, Rep. Garcia expressed her gratitude to the voters of House District 115 for allowing her […]
Read More
JAX State Attorney Briefed on 'Tooth Fairy' Heist Fraud Case

JAX State Attorney Briefed on 'Tooth Fairy' Heist Fraud Case

Javier Manjarres
|
February 8, 2024
The “Tooth Fairy Heist” case in Miami-Dade County, where five individuals were arrested for allegedly taking part in a $1.3 million insurance fraud scheme, appears over as all charges have been dropped against the accused, but could the case be opened in Duval County? Now a letter has been sent to State Attorney Melissa Nelson […]
Read More
Could Elon Musk's Twitter Move to Florida?

Could Elon Musk's Twitter Move to Florida?

Grayson Bakich
|
December 12, 2022
Florida has been more than welcoming to those seeking to benefit from not having a state income tax. In a recent appearance on Newsmax's Spicer & Co., Rep. Carlos Gimenez (R-FL-26) suggested that Elon Musk's Twitter move their headquarters to Miami-Dade, Florida. "Everyone is moving to the Free State of #Florida and I want @Twitter […]
Read More
Joe Martinez's Arrest on Public Corruption Charges Called Questionable

Joe Martinez's Arrest on Public Corruption Charges Called Questionable

Javier Manjarres
|
September 1, 2022
Miami-Dade County Commissioner Joe Martinez has been arrested for public corruption. State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle stated in a press conference that Martinez was charged with unlawful compensation and conspiracy to commit unlawful compensation, both charges are felonies. Martinez’s attorney Ben Kuehne, said that his client was “innocent of any wrongdoing” and intended to “aggressively […]
Read More
Miami Beach Cancels Remaining Emergency Measures

Miami Beach Cancels Remaining Emergency Measures

Daniel Molina
|
May 6, 2021
This week, following Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ (R) executive order to lift the remaining COVID-19 restrictions, Miami Beach announced that it would be canceling the remaining emergency measures.
Read More
Election  Complaint Filed Against Daniella Levine Cava

Election Complaint Filed Against Daniella Levine Cava

Daniel Molina
|
October 1, 2020
The stage is set for the Miami-Dade County Mayoral race between Steve Bovo and Daniella Levine Cava. However, with the election taking place in less than 40 days, Levine Cava is finding herself in some hot water as she has just had an election complaint directed her way. And, this complaint could ultimately spell out bad news for the Mayoral...
Read More
Daniella Levine Cava asked to resign from Miami-Dade County Commission

Daniella Levine Cava asked to resign from Miami-Dade County Commission

Javier Manjarres
|
June 15, 2020
Miami-Dade County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava is being asked to “immediately” resign her position to avoid a costly special election that would take place after November's presidential general election. Commissioner Levine Cava submitted her “irrevocable resignation” from the county’s 8th district last month, but it won’t go into effect until November 16th, two weeks after […]
Read More
Miami-Dade County Commissioner Esteban Bovo's COVID-19 Report

Miami-Dade County Commissioner Esteban Bovo's COVID-19 Report

Opinion
|
May 5, 2020
Everyone in our community, from all industries and ages, are waiting for the light at the end of the tunnel. Parents and children have been forced into a new learning environment overnight. Shuttered small business anxiously wanting to reopen. The people of Miami-Dade have demonstrated incredible patience and because of it, our community has overcome this novel virus. The time...
Read More
The race to lead Florida's largest county comes down to Bovo, Cava, and Penelas

The race to lead Florida's largest county comes down to Bovo, Cava, and Penelas

Javier Manjarres
|
April 12, 2020
As the Coronavirus continues to spread across the U.S. political candidates of every level – municipal, state, federal, have had to revert to using alternative approaches to campaign for office due to the social-distancing mandates and stay-at-home orders.
Read More
LaMarca: Coronavirus Cruise Ship's

LaMarca: Coronavirus Cruise Ship's "failure of leadership" Threatens South Florida

Daniel Molina
|
March 31, 2020
LaMarca detailed that “there are a multitude of other options that should be in our playbook, from nearby U.S. Naval Ports to seaports in much less populated communities.”
Read More
DeSantis Issues Stay At Home Order for South Florida

DeSantis Issues Stay At Home Order for South Florida

Daniel Molina
|
March 30, 2020
“We need to have folks who are willing to come return to service.”
Read More
Gaetz : No U.S. Coronavirus relief dollars for Chinese business

Gaetz : No U.S. Coronavirus relief dollars for Chinese business

Daniel Molina
|
March 24, 2020
“Every single American worker displaced by COVID-19 should be fully compensated before one nickel from our treasury goes to Chinese-owned corporations."
Read More
FL Health Department Launches Coronavirus Update Map

FL Health Department Launches Coronavirus Update Map

Daniel Molina
|
March 17, 2020
"Broward County and Miami-Dade County have the most reported cases with 38 and 23 respectively."
Read More
DeSantis Empowers Small Business Affected by COVID-19

DeSantis Empowers Small Business Affected by COVID-19

Daniel Molina
|
March 16, 2020
"The health, safety and well-being of Floridians comes first.”
Read More
Commissioner Cava Sets Sights on Mayoral Run

Commissioner Cava Sets Sights on Mayoral Run

Daniel Molina
|
February 6, 2020
“I feel really good. We have great momentum."
Read More