Algo que no se ha detenido durante la pandemia de COVID-19 es la Política Nacional. El proceso electoral en los Estados Unidos continúa.Read more
Ana Maria Rodriguez was elected on November 6th as Representative to the Florida Legislature for District 105, which includes portions of Miami-Dade, Broward and Collier Counties.Read more
“Mi hogar siempre será Doral” Por: María Alejandra Pulgar @marialepulgar – NAHJ #37172 Ana María Rodríguez, quien fueraRead more
The race that originally attracted 6 candidates to replace Councilwoman Sandra Ruiz on Seat 1, the remaining position on the City of Doral Council, has finished with activist Claudia Mariaca obtaining 56.32% (3,787) of the votes to ensure her victory over businesswoman Adriana Moyano, who got 43.68% (2,937).Read more
The preliminary results of the Runoff elections process have been released by the City of Doral Canvassing Board, reunited at the Office of the Supervisor of Elections, starting at 6pm this Tuesday December 13th.Read more
Ana Maria Rodriguez has assumed motherhood as the most important role of her busy life, along with working full time and serving the community as a Councilwoman for Doral since 2011.Read more
What up to mid-July looked like was going to be an uncontested election changed when two residents decided to challenge Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez on his reelection race; they are Emmanuel “Manny” Sarmiento and Victor Cámara. Herewith you have summaries of those conversations, as the second part of our “Meet Doral Candidates” series for 2020 Elections.Read more
Like every election, Doral Family Journal offers our readers the opportunity to meet Doral candidates for each seat in one place.
Three residents are running for the Council seat 3: Alberto Chavez, Juan Carlos Esquivel, and Oscar Puig.
Something that has not stopped during the COVID-19 pandemic is National Politics. The election process in the US continues.Read more
Corregir Racismo, Segregación, Discriminación y Abuso para Transformar la SociedadRead more