Top Five Reasons to Vote for Carlos Gimenez for Miami-Dade County Mayor - Blogging Black Miami

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Monday, June 27, 2011


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Andrea Robinson

The columnist is so right. Carlos Gimenez is the best candidate of these two. I hope the black community ignores the preachers and the Miami Times and votes for the man who is not under investigation and who is not trying to buy the election. The other person in the race said he was against the Marlins Stadium, when he clearly went to county hall with a letter of support. Now his minions are trying to say Gimenez supported Rick Scott, when it's there guy who did it. The lies, lies, lies, lies are incredible. Something is rotten when people get desperate and spread multiple lies.

People, take heed, and vote for Carlos Gimenez!!!!!!


We can and must think for ourselves. I have not read or heard anything substantive that would make me choose Robaina over Gimenez. Thank you for your comment.

pissed off

why is it that black people can have everything they want, BET, black radio, black clubs, black everything.
but as soon as somebody starts one little thing for white people everyone starts calling it racist.

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