Alfonso “Alfie” Leon, who will face Joe Carollo in a Nov. 21 runoff election, left, and Zoraida Barreiro, who officially ran third in Nov. 7 election, as determined by Friday’s recount.
Alfonso “Alfie” Leon, who will face Joe Carollo in a Nov. 21 runoff election, left, and Zoraida Barreiro, who officially ran third in Nov. 7 election, as determined by Friday’s recount.
Alfonso “Alfie” Leon, who will face Joe Carollo in a Nov. 21 runoff election, left, and Zoraida Barreiro, who officially ran third in Nov. 7 election, as determined by Friday’s recount.

It’s Carollo vs. Leon in Miami election runoff after ballot recount

November 10, 2017 02:50 PM

UPDATED November 10, 2017 04:45 PM

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