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  • Public swearing-in ceremony for new Miami Mayor Francis X. Suarez

    On Wednesday, November 15, 2017 Francis Suarez is sworn in (while his wife, Gloria, holds the Bible) by Judge Robert Luck, right, during a public ceremony at City Hall. Mayor Francis had officially sworn in in an earlier private ceremony.