Miami Democrat Andrew Korge, now a candidate in state Senate District 40, is accused of offering a bribe to a state senator to get him to switch districts in the 2016 election and also trying to convince another opponent to swap races. Korge denies the accusations.
Miami Democrat Andrew Korge, now a candidate in state Senate District 40, is accused of offering a bribe to a state senator to get him to switch districts in the 2016 election and also trying to convince another opponent to swap races. Korge denies the accusations. Andrew Korge’s state Senate campaign
Miami Democrat Andrew Korge, now a candidate in state Senate District 40, is accused of offering a bribe to a state senator to get him to switch districts in the 2016 election and also trying to convince another opponent to swap races. Korge denies the accusations. Andrew Korge’s state Senate campaign

Miami-Dade senator: My opponent offered me $25,000 to get out of his way

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