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2011 Miami-Dade County mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Miami-Dade County mayoral election, 2011
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← 2008 May 24, 2011 and June 28, 2011 2012 →
Turnout16.51%Increase 0.21 pp
 
Carlos A. Gimenez.jpg
Mayor Julio Robaina.jpg
Candidate Carlos A. Giménez Julio Robaina
Party Republican Republican
Popular vote 102,445 98,337
Percentage 51.02% 48.98%

Mayor before election

Carlos Álvarez
Republican

Elected Mayor

Carlos A. Giménez
Republican

The 2011 Miami-Dade County mayoral election took place on May 24, 2011 and June 28, 2011 after the recall of County Mayor Carlos Álvarez earlier that year.[1] After a May 24 first round, former County Commissioner Carlos A. Giménez narrowly defeated Hialeah Mayor Julio Robaina in a June 28 runoff.[2] The election was officially nonpartisan.

Candidates

  • Carlos Gimenez, County commissioner and former City of Miami Fire chief
  • Julio Robaina, Mayor of Hialeah
  • Marcelo Llorente, former state representative district 116
  • Luther Campbell, rapper and political
  • Roosevelt Bradley, businessman and member of the Miami-Dade Transit
  • Jose "Pepe" Cancio, County Commission
  • Jefferey Lampert
  • Gabrielle Redfern, candidate for Miami Beach City commission
  • Wilbur "Short Stop" Bell, Candidate for Dade County Commission district 3
  • Eddie Lewis, candidate Miami Dade County Property Appraiser in 2008
  • Farid Khavari, economist and gubernatorial candidate in 2010

First Round Results

Miami-Dade County mayoral election, 2011[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Julio Robaina 64,507 33.76%
Republican Carlos A. Giménez 55,180 28.87%
Republican Marcelo Llorente 28,334 14.83%
Democratic Luther Campbell 20,982 10.98%
Democratic Roosevelt Bradley 7,293 3.82%
Republican Jose 'Pepe' Cancio 5,464 2.86%
Republican Jeffery Lampert 2,619 1.37%
Democratic Gabrielle Redfern 2,446 1.28%
Democratic Wilbur Bell 2,261 1.18%
Democratic Eddie Lewis 126 0.66%
Democratic Farid Khavari 763 0.40%

References

  1. ^ Alvarez, Lizette (15 March 2011). "Miami-Dade County Mayor Is Removed". The New York Times.
  2. ^ "Dade - Election Results". results.enr.clarityelections.com.
  3. ^ "Dade - Election  Results". results.enr.clarityelections.com.
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