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    A group seeking to force a November referendum on campaign finance reform delivered more than 125,000 signed petitions Tuesday to the Miami-Dade Elections Department.

A group seeking to force a November referendum on campaign finance reform delivered more than 125,000 signed petitions Tuesday to the Miami-Dade Elections Department. Pedro Portal pportal@elnuevoherald.com
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