New sheriff in town and it's not Gimenez!

Miami Herald:

After a storied history of bad sheriffs, Miami-Dade voters will elect them again

BY DOUGLAS HANKS AND CHARLES RABIN

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Miami-Dade had better hope its future of elected sheriffs winds up better than its past.

Florida’s Amendment 10 passed statewide Tuesday, a constitutional change that requires Miami-Dade to join the rest of Florida’s counties in electing a sheriff. The amendment also requires election of other appointed offices in Miami-Dade and elsewhere, including elections supervisor and tax collector. Broward already elects its elections supervisor, too, but voters there will begin picking the county’s tax collector under Amendment 10.

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