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SAVE Dade Action PAC endorses candidates in Coral Gables, Miami Springs

SAVE Dade Action PAC has endorsed candidates in three Miami-Dade races:

In connection with the April 7, 2009 Miami Springs Municipal and Special Elections and April 14, 2009 Coral Gables General Biennial and Special Elections the SAVE Dade Action PAC endorses the following candidates:

Maria Anderson
Coral Gables*
Commission Group III

Fernando "Fred" Suco
Miami Springs*
Commission Group III

Peter Newman
Miami Springs*
Commission Group IV


*All qualified candidates are invited to partake in the SAVE Dade Action PAC endorsement process.

Click here to read how SAVE determines it's endorsements.

SAVE Dade Action PAC
SAVE Dade Action PAC works to end discrimination in Miami-Dade County by electing fair-minded candidates to office. We support candidates who will work to pass and defend legislation guaranteeing equal treatment under the law for all including individuals who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender. We urge you to vote for these candidates.
12864 Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 338 l North Miami, FL 33181
305.751.7283 o l 305.751.9649 f
http://www.savedade.org  l savedade@savedade.org

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