Katherine Fernandez Rundle is facing the most significant election challenge of her eleven-year tenure as Miami-Dade State Attorney, and she saw it coming. Eight years ago she ran unopposed. Four years ago political newcomer Al Milian came within eleven percentage points of defeating her. Backed by the county's powerful police union, the Police Benevolent Association (PBA), Milian has spent the past four years laying the groundwork for the upcoming November 2 election. Moreover, in this partisan race, an independent candidate, Gary Rosenberg, threatens to siphon off support from Rundle's traditional strongholds in the Anglo and... More >>>
Katherine Fernandez Rundle: "I sent out my contributors list to the FBI, Miami-Dade police, FDLE, and the U.S. Attorney's Office"