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Gallery | SAVE Dade Equality Express arrives for early voting at Miami Beach City Hall

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SAVE Dade brought its Equality Express truck to Miami Beach City Hall for early voting on Sunday.

SAVE Dade's campaign, called Vote. Fight. Win, is designed to create increased voter turnout through online and offline grassroots “get out the vote” efforts. The final goal is to get 5,000 people to sign a pledge to vote for SAVE Dade’s endorsed pro-equality candidates,  Executive Director CJ Ortuño says.

Photos by STEVE ROTHAUS / Miami Herald Staff. Click the photo to view a gallery of pictures.

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It is true in our history, fighting for ones rights; needs to be taken seriously and openly. I even suggest, in order to achieve these rights; you need to be cleaner than those who would hold your cause back. That is why I suggest the Gay community unite and demand "all" parents, support their children from a previous relationship. Far to many parents are dead beats; one must as I said be above the fray. Stand and be heard we must in order to achieve our goals; be better than the norm.

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