MIRAMAR, FL --- Despite only receiving 11 percent of the votes in Tuesday’s Miramar elections, a “disappointed, but not deterred,” Gilling said after learning the results of the election. “Tonight, after a long and competitive campaign, I lost my bid for Miramar Commissioner. While I am naturally disappointed, my awesome team of volunteers did not leave any stones unturned and we campaigned with everything we had every day for the last 10 months. The camaraderie developed among us was truly special and this feeling of warmth and togetherness will remain with me always.”
On Monday, March 11, 2019, Commissioner Souto hosted three distinguished professors from Florida A&M University, Dr. Robert Taylor, Dean of the School of Agriculture, Dr. Lawrence Carter and Dr. Ray Mobley. We toured possible locations for a goat and sheep program here in Miami-Dade County in which they would start a research center.
MIAMI – Marches have not worked. T- Shirts have not worked. Desperate to combat gun violence across Miami-Dade County, the Circle of Brotherhood has employed one of the most extreme forms of protest as they launch Operation Hunger Strike.
Tampa, Fla. — Today, People Over Profits founder and President Sean Shaw called for a federal investigation into the Trump Administration’s tracking of pro-immigrant protestors in New York, and demanded immediate action from Florida Senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott.