And, in Miami, the old Sears could become 1,000 homes

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Remember the ghost candidate that ran in the state senate race in 2020 and ruined it for former Democrat Sen. Jose Javier Rodriguez, rigging the election that unseated him and ushered Republican Ileana Garcia into office? Well, we may have more of those this year.

Ladra thinks she may have found a spoiler candidate running for Miami-Dade County Commission: Claudia Rainville, who qualified at almost the last minute to run in District 11 against the appointed incumbent commissioner, Roberto Gonzalez, and high school teacher Bryan Paz-Hernandez, who has been campaigning since February and was once president of the West Dade Democratic Club, but is running now as an NPA.

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Important post oversees DMV, auto tag offices

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It popped up overnight along the Palmetto Expressway in the Miami Lakes area near the Northwest 67th Avenue exit, just north of Hialeah: A billboard comparing former president Donald Trump to the late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.

“No to dictators — no to Trump,” it says in Spanish, with The Donald and the dead oppressive Communist criminal regime leader facing each other on opposite ends of the giant, bright red sign.

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If there was ever something that should go to a referendum for voter approval, it is pensions for our electeds. And Miami city commissioners should go to the ballot if they want to reward their behavior and “hard work” with lucrative lifetime retirement benefits.

It’s not too late. The deadline for municipalities to submit a question to the Miami-Dade Supervisor of Elections for the November ballot is July 26.

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