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Low Turnout Expected Tuesday in Miami-Dade Mayor's Race

    Voters will head to the polls Tuesday to elect a mayor for Miami-Dade County.  May’s election narrowed the field of eleven candidates down to Carlos Gimenez and Julio Robaina. Each campaigned on rolling back the property tax increase that led voters to recall Mayor Carlos Alvarez in March. Political reporter Patricia Mazzei with the Miami Herald talks about the candidates with WLRN Miami Herald reporter Gina Jordan.




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It could well be that they were satisfied,” he said. “Some folks don’t go because they feel what we have is OK.

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