Members of An Accountable Miami-Dade held a press conference at the Stephen P. Clark Government Center Tuesday morning to announce a lawsuit against Miami-Dade to force a quick count of the signatures on the petitions gathered to put new restrictions on campaign cash on the November ballot. From L-R are Monica Russo, co-chair of An Accountable Miami-Dade; spokesman Christian Ulvert; and Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera, former vice-mayor of Doral and co-chair of the group.
Members of An Accountable Miami-Dade held a press conference at the Stephen P. Clark Government Center Tuesday morning to announce a lawsuit against Miami-Dade to force a quick count of the signatures on the petitions gathered to put new restrictions on campaign cash on the November ballot. From L-R are Monica Russo, co-chair of An Accountable Miami-Dade; spokesman Christian Ulvert; and Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera, former vice-mayor of Doral and co-chair of the group. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
Members of An Accountable Miami-Dade held a press conference at the Stephen P. Clark Government Center Tuesday morning to announce a lawsuit against Miami-Dade to force a quick count of the signatures on the petitions gathered to put new restrictions on campaign cash on the November ballot. From L-R are Monica Russo, co-chair of An Accountable Miami-Dade; spokesman Christian Ulvert; and Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera, former vice-mayor of Doral and co-chair of the group. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

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August 16, 2016 4:06 PM