Monday, April 29, 2013

Early Voting has started, but will it count? Providing you with a compilation of info on the Dolphins Stadium Bed Tax increase

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Early Voting - on the Dolphin Stadium Bed Tax increase issue

Early voting officially starts today, Monday, April 29, and runs through 5 PM, Sunday. May 12. All this to lead up to the May 14 election on the Dolphin Stadium Bed Tax increase - MAYBE.   Absentee ballots were mailed out and many are already tricking back in, but as Patricia Mazzei, of the Miami Herald, reported, This is a "...Miami-Dade election so unusual that the whole thing could be called off by the end of the week." So what else is new here. Isn't that why we live here? 'Cause it is just so darn interesting to see how things will turn out.

(Following info from Miami-Dade elections website): Why Wait? Click here to see the Early Voting wait times The Early Voting period's range of days and choice of a convenient voting site near your home or place of employment makes it an ideal option.

Please go to the Voter Toolkit for details on what to bring.

Can't decide how to vote? I have posted some additional information taken from online Miami Herald, blog or website posts of information (I will add the official pro-tax website link if someone sends the link to me):

Eye on Miami: How The Marlins Stadium Deal Has Changed South Florida and
       Absentee Ballots Have Gone Out on Corporate Welfare for Dolphin's Billionaire Owner.
South Dade Matters: The Dolphins Deal: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.
Stop the Stadium Madness
Prior Post, South Dade Updates: Cutler Bay Mayor Ed MacDougall says "Stop the Stadium Madness!" and he wants other elected officials and everyone to join him.
Political Cortadito: Get informed: Dolphins stadium debates kick off  and 
       Anti Dolphins stadium team’s silence is not golden
Miami Herald: Early voting for Miami Dolphins stadium referendum begins Monday amid uncertainty in Tallahassee

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for this article....I have received a load of annoying "survey" calls from the pro-stadium faction, asked them who is paying for the special election, of course I can't get a straight answer...