List of candidates’ races and amendments on the Nov. 6, 2018 Florida general election ballot in Miami-Dade. Read about the candidates for governor, Senate, Congressional representatives, and local mayors.
Florida voters will decide on 12 state constitutional amendments when they cast their general election ballots in November 2018. Here’s an explanation of the proposals, which include gambling, dog racing and property taxes.
Two council seats are up for grabs in Miami Lakes. Business owner Xiomara Pazos and attorney Jeffrey Rodriguez are running for seat 2; educator Carlos Alvarez and Esther Colon, a government retiree, are running for seat 6.
Miami-Dade voters will see five proposed charter amendments on the 2018 Nov. 6 ballot. They’d end a rare partisan contest for a county office, make it easier for citizens to pass laws by petition, and eliminate dead candidates from ballots.
No Republican is on the ballot for Florida’s District 108, where Democrat Dotie Joseph beat incumbent Roy Hardemon in their party’s primary. That leaves Libertarian Riquet Caballero as her lone opponent.
Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio blocked then President Barack Obama’s nomination of Mary Barzee Flores for a federal judgeship. The Democrat is now seeking to go to Congress, running against Miami Republican Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart.
Republican Mario Diaz-Balart is running for reelection in 2018 against Democrat Mary Barzee Flores, though Donald Trump’s unpredictability is making it harder to work with Democrats on issues like immigration.
In House District 105, Republican candidate Ana Maria Rodriguez holds a preposterously large advantage in fundraising — at least for the moment. Yet Democrats still think they’ve got a chance to steal the seat for their own because of the district’s odd demographics.