MEET AND GREET: Candidates held a forum Friday night in Miami Springs to help increase voter turnout at the April 7 elections. From left, group I candidates Bob Best and Michael Windrem; group II candidates Billy Bain; mayoral candidates Fred Suco and Zavier Garcia; group III candidates George Lob and Rosie Buckner; and group IV candidates Jaime Petralanda and Constantino Hernandez.
MEET AND GREET: Candidates held a forum Friday night in Miami Springs to help increase voter turnout at the April 7 elections. From left, group I candidates Bob Best and Michael Windrem; group II candidates Billy Bain; mayoral candidates Fred Suco and Zavier Garcia; group III candidates George Lob and Rosie Buckner; and group IV candidates Jaime Petralanda and Constantino Hernandez. THEO KARANTSALIS FOR THE MIAMI HERALD
MEET AND GREET: Candidates held a forum Friday night in Miami Springs to help increase voter turnout at the April 7 elections. From left, group I candidates Bob Best and Michael Windrem; group II candidates Billy Bain; mayoral candidates Fred Suco and Zavier Garcia; group III candidates George Lob and Rosie Buckner; and group IV candidates Jaime Petralanda and Constantino Hernandez. THEO KARANTSALIS FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

Candidates hold open forum, Miami Springs announces early voting dates

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