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Poll: How Will You Vote in Tuesday's Recall Election of Carlos Alvarez and Natacha Seijas?

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North Africa and the Middle East are not the only places feeling the intoxication of mass rebellion. Why here in good ole Miami-Dade County, voters have been turning out in droves for early voting in the recall elections of Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez and County Commissioner Natacha Seijas. And according to a scientific poll by election experts Bendixen & Associates, you can stick a fork in the two elected officials. Not be outdone, we want to know where New Times readers stand. Take our poll:

How will you vote in the recall election?

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