Were Those Miami-Dade Electoral Mailings Fraudulent?

It's election day today on the Charter Reform, and I'm going to vote FOR it. If you're a Miami-Dade County resident and registered to vote, I urge you to do the same. Turnout will be very light so your vote counts more than usual.

Meanwhile, it's business as usual.

Fraudulent mailings is an old Miami tradition, and it looks as if the lurid mailings I blogged about the other day could be in keeping with tradition.

At least, that's the story at Eye On Miami, FRAUD ALERT in Miami! Political Action Committees and mass mailing by geniusofdespair. It seems that the “Citizens for Unity and Common Rights PAC” is remarkably hard to find. And that its main protagonist, supposedly one Bernardo Bestard, is also sort of hard to find — and has a remarkably protean signature.

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One Response to Were Those Miami-Dade Electoral Mailings Fraudulent?

  1. coconut grove says:

    YAY! Greetings from Munich. I mailed in my absentee ballot awhile ago before going on a long vacation… but i agree w. many of your views and i am happy to see you voted yes on this. For upcoming elections, it would be neat if you could share your views a little more in advance, especially w. regards to judges.

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