Summary Voters’ Guide to Nov. 2020 Election in Miami-Dade

Summary Voting Guide for Miami-Dade Nov. 2020 Election.

More detailed background on the reasons for these suggestions will be found in:

  1. Voters’ Guide to the November 2020 Miami-Dade Ballot, Part I — The Easy Part
  2. Voters’ Guide to the November 2020 Miami-Dade Ballot, Part II: Judicial Retention Elections
  3. Voters’ Guide to the November 2020 Miami-Dade Ballot, Part III: State Constitutional and Charter Amendments

Joe Biden – line 11

US House of Representatives

26th Dist – Debbie Mucarsel-Powell – line 23
27th Dist – Donna Shalala – line 25

State Senate

District 37 – Javier Rodriguez – line 28
District 39 – Javier Fernandez – line 31

State Rep. Dist 114 – Jean-Pierre Bado – line 45

Judicial Retention Elections

Supreme Court
Justice Carlos G. Muñiz – NO – line 59

District Court of Appeal
– Judge Monica Gordo – YES – line 60
– Judge Eric William Hendon – YES – line 62
– Judge Fleur Jeannine Lobree – YES – line 64
– Judge Thomas Logue – YES – line 66
– Judge Bronwyn Catherine Miller – YES – line 70

Clerk of Courts
Harvey Rubin – line 56

County Commission – Dist 7
Cindy Lerner – line 76

Miami-Dade Mayor
Daniella Levine Cava – line 81

Florida Constitutional Amendments

Amendment 1 – Citizenship & Age – NO – line 201
Amendment 2 – Raise Minimum Wage – YES – line 202
Amendment 3 – Jungle Primary – NO – line 205
Amendment 4 – Require 2 ballots for future amendments – NO – line 207
Amendment 5 – Extend time for ‘Save-our-homes’ carryover – Yes – line 208 (corrected)
Amendment 6 – Extend homestead exemption for spouses of deceased disabled veterans – NO – line 211

Miami-Dade Charter Amendments

Referendum 1 – Create office of Inspector General – Yes – line 212
Referendum 2 – Delay elections to replace ‘resign to run’ officials to general election – Yes – line 214
Referendum 3 – Nonpartisan election of Sheriff, Appraiser, etc – No – 217

Update: Early Voting Information – Locations and Times
Update2: Check the status of your mail-in ballot
Update3:It’s now too late to mail in a ballot. Find any early voting site and drop it in a box, or take it with you on election day and you will be allowed to vote at your local polling place.

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6 Responses to Summary Voters’ Guide to Nov. 2020 Election in Miami-Dade

  1. Michael A. Mundy says:

    Thanks for your noble efforts enhancing the public good with informed voter decision input.

  2. Bryan G says:

    Professor Froomkin,

    I never leave comments, but I wanted to thank you for your blog posts during election season in Miami. They really help cut down the noise and reduce my research time for my ballots. In the primary I didn’t vote completely in line with you but mostly I did and I appreciated the commentary. I’m just a mid-20’s bachelors-educated voter but ever since I was able to vote I have made sure to vote every cycle and try to research everything I can, no matter how time consuming it may be, and this helps loads. Thank you for this, essentially, act of public service.

  3. They do take some work, so I very much appreciate the kind words from you and others both in comments and via email.

    It’s notable, also, that blog traffic is up to four to five times normal.

  4. Michelle F. says:

    Thank you for this, I discovered this blog back in the Miami-Dade primaries and I really appreciate your input since its difficult for me to gauge each election. I’m 20 years old working towards a bachelors in biology, so keeping up on politics isn’t exactly my forte. I look forward to following your blog and I hope that this election turns out well 🙂

  5. Tracy Devine Guzmán says:

    Thank you so much for doing this work. It has been an invaluable resource for me for years, and I really appreciate it.

  6. Leslie says:

    re: Amendment 3, I want a say in D primary and R primary. Hoping this was that amendment. Thanks for your explanation.

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