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August 17, 2012 6:00 AM

Miami-Dade Commissioner Barreiro in runoff with Garcia, updated election results show

Commissioner Bruno Barreiro was nine votes shy of avoiding a runoff against state Rep. Luis Garcia, after the elections department counted provisional ballots and a disputed absentee ballot in the race.

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