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A voter's guide to Miami-Dade ballot races and questions (and Broward school board, too)

In case you've missed some of our recent coverage of local races and questions on the Nov. 6 ballot, here's a roundup of stories recapping the candidates and the issues. This blog post will be updated as we publish new stories.

U.S. Senate: Connie Mack IV, Bill Nelson

U.S. Congress: District 22District 23District 26

Florida Senate: District 35

Florida House: District 112 (also mentions Districts 114, 115 and 120)

Florida Supreme Court: justices' retention

Miami-Dade County Judge: general roundup from the primary

Miami-Dade County Commission: District 3District 5District 11

Broward School Board: District 4, District 5, At-Large District 8, At-Large District 9

Florida Constitution: Amendment 1 (via AP), Amendment 2Amendment 3, Amendment 4, Amendment 5, Amendment 6 (via AP), Amendment 8, Amendment 9, Amendment 10, Amendment 11, Amendment 12 (via AP). There is no Amendment 7. For the News Service of Florida's synopsis of the amendments, click here. For an AP roundup of the amendments, click here.

Miami-Dade School Board: general-obligation bonds question

Miami-Dade County Charter: term limits (also mentions technical changes, Urban Development Boundary, citizens' bill of rights, mayoral or county commissioner vacancy, mayoral conflicts in county procurement, state sponsors of terrorism), creation of new municipalities, Crandon Park, animal services programs (also known as the Pets' Trust)

To visit the candidates' campaign sites, click here for the Miami Herald's voter's guide. To view a list of early-voting sites in Miami-Dade and Broward, click here.

To read the Herald editorial board's recommendations, click here (or here for a printer-friendly version).