State Sen. Anitere Flores, R-Miami, is one of seven legislative candidates in Miami-Dade who currently doesn’t live in and isn’t registered to vote in the district she’s running to represent. Flores lives in Senate District 40 but is running in District 39.
State Sen. Anitere Flores, R-Miami, is one of seven legislative candidates in Miami-Dade who currently doesn’t live in and isn’t registered to vote in the district she’s running to represent. Flores lives in Senate District 40 but is running in District 39. Steve Cannon AP
State Sen. Anitere Flores, R-Miami, is one of seven legislative candidates in Miami-Dade who currently doesn’t live in and isn’t registered to vote in the district she’s running to represent. Flores lives in Senate District 40 but is running in District 39. Steve Cannon AP

7 Miami-Dade legislative candidates can’t vote for themselves

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