Voter Registration Deadline And Candidate Meet & Greet Today (3/13)

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Monday, March 13th, is the deadline to register to vote for the April 11th Coral Gables Municipal Election.

Residents who have not yet registered can click here to visit the Miami-Dade Department of Elections website and register online.

Good Gables Government Candidate Meet & Greet

The Good Gables Government will be holding its Commission Candidate Meet & Greet at the Coral Gables Museum (285 Aragon Ave) on Monday, March 13th at 5:30PM. You can click here for more information.

Chamber of Commerce Candidate Forum

The Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce held its candidate forum on Wednesday, March 8th. The forum was recorded and is being aired on Coral Gables TV daily.

Residents who wish to watch the forum can do so on YouTube via the links below:

Candidate Information

Information about the candidates and their financial support can be found on the City website’s Election page accessible by clicking here or by clicking on each candidate’s name above.

Vote-By-Mail Ballots

The Miami-Dade County Elections Department has informed Gables Insider that ballots will be mailed this week. Residents can return the ballots by mail or turn them in at the official drop boxes at the War Memorial Youth Center (405 University Drive) during Early Voting.

The deadline to request a Vote-By-Mail ballot is Saturday, April 1st. Click here to request a Vote-By-Mail Ballot from the Miami-Dade Department of Elections.

Early Voting

Early Voting will take place at the Coral Gables War Memorial Youth Center (405 University Drive) on:

Saturday, April 1st

Sunday, April 2nd

Saturday, April 8th

Election Day

Election Day is Tuesday, April 11th.


4 thoughts on “Voter Registration Deadline And Candidate Meet & Greet Today (3/13)

  1. Reading about the bank(s) financial problems I am wondering how the rating agencies rate banks, financial institutions, municipalities, etc. Not being able to build the mobility hub, fill the trash pits and pot holes, etc concerns me. The idea of conducting a forensic audit for our City has been floated several times. “It is expensive to do so.” Is Coral Gables as financially secure as we have been told?

  2. This should be a very easy decision. If you are happy with the way our City Beautiful is being run, the overdevelopment, the “developers over residents” attitude, etc, etc….. go ahead and vote for those candidates endorsed by those who have allowed what is going on. If you are not sure, go on line and check the financial reports from those who have gotten endorsed by the incumbents, check their attendance and their voting records while sitting on appointed boards, etc. etc. If after doing that you still believe that having a Commission voting as a unanimous block is good, go for it, vote for them! Please do not complain later.
    If, on the other hand you are tired of fighting to get permits, protect our historical buildings, the excessive development, the proposed mobility hub, the executive benefits, etc, etc, vote for those that have not been endorsed by the present powerful. You have the power. Exercise it and save Coral Gables from becoming another Brickell! We are not, we hope, like other neighboring municipalities, we would like to keep Merrick’s dream alive. Let’s do it by rejecting the slate proposed by the incumbents.

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