And then there were three.
Look out, Carlos Curbelo and Ed MacDougall. Miami lawyer Lorenzo "Larry" Palomares-Starbuck has announced he'll run for the Congressional District 26 seat as a Republican. State Rep. Frank Artiles is studying whether to hop in the race. Former Miami-Dade County Commissioner Joe Martinez has also made noise about running in the GOP primary as well.
The winner would face incumbent U.S. Rep. Joe Garcia and indpendent candidate Jose Felix Peixoto.
The Obama administration is concealing the truth about the ability of Cuba to threaten District 26 of Florida. There is no doubt that Cuba poses a military threat to South Florida. We have seen what two brothers can do with two pressure cookers. What can two crazy brothers do in Cuba, with these type of military mite? and capabilities to deliver ordinance including chemical and bacteriological war heads.
The press release:
"Miami attorney Lorenzo “Larry” Palomares-Starbuck will announce his plan to run for Congress of the United States representing Congressional District 26 in South Florida. He will hold a press conference on Thursday, August 8th, 2013 at the Big Five Club, 600 SW 92nd Avenue at 10:00 a.m. Palomares-Starbuck, a long time Constitutional and Civil Rights attorney who is admitted to practice law in over 33 jurisdictions and the U.S. Supreme Court, also has a strong financial, business and international experience. He has lived in Miami in the 26th District of Florida for the last 34 years."