MIAMI ELECTION TODAY: To RECALL Mayor Alvarez & Commissioner Seijas (March 15, 2011)
Posted by FactReal on March 15, 2011
|LAST CHANCE TO RECALL TWO ABUSIVE POLITICANS:
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez and Commissioner Natacha Seijas
Among their many misdeeds, Mayor Alvarez and Commissioner Seijas hired private investigators to intimidate citizens, misused the taxpayers’ money, voted to raise property taxes while making sure unions and public employees continue receiving great salaries and benefit packages. Remember the list of 3,000 county employees making over $100,000 yearly and some over $200,000? While Miami residents have been negatively impacted by the severe economic recession, high unemployment, and decreased property values, Alvarez and the Miami Commissioners kept their great benefits and perks such as the $800 monthly car allowance all paid by the taxpayers. When taxpayers asked them not to raise taxes during a recession, these Miami politicians mocked them. Commissioner Seijas said, “Recall? Bring it on!” Mayor Alvarez decided to dismiss taxpayers in his obsession against Norman Braman. To fight this recall, union workers campaigned on county time on behalf of Alvarez and Seijas.
We deserve better. Today is the last chance to recall them.
Via Miami-Dade County Elections Department:
|● ELECTION QUESTIONS
This time the election’s questions are straightforward: Yes means Yes to recall them…to fire them. No means Not to recall them…to keep them.
FOR ALL REGISTERED VOTERS:
|REGISTERED VOTERS IN DISTRICT 13 ONLY:
RECALL OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY DISTRICT 13 COMMISSIONER NATACHA SEIJAS
Should Miami-Dade County District 13 Commissioner Natacha Seijas be recalled?
|● SAMPLE BALLOT:
Here is the Sample Ballot for the Miami-Dade County Special Election to recall Mayor Alvarez and Commissioner Seijas: Sample ballot (PDF) or click image below:
VOTE ON ELECTION DAY: On Election Day (March 15, 2011), you must vote at your assigned voting precinct as listed on your Voter Information Card.
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS: