Meet Andrew Korge. He really, really wants to become a politician. He first signaled his political ambitions last year by publicly discussing a long-term plan that would see him run for a Florida Senate seat that included Miami Beach and much of coastal Miami in 2020. Then redistricting happened.
It all seemed well. He would have been the only Democrat in the race, but just days before the official filing deadline, he switched tracks again and decided he would run in yet another district, one that includes Kendall.
The problem is that District 40 already has two Democrats running. In fact, one is sitting state senator and current Miami-Dade Democratic Party chairman Dwight Bullard. The other is former state rep Ana Rivas Logan.
Both have now come forward and claimed that
“I told my adviser: 'You can tell him to take that money and shove it where the sun is not
Rivas Logan claims
The winner of the three-way primary among
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