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By Ashley Miznazi
MIAMI — Two Haitian American are heading to a runoff in November after tying for first place in the Miami-Dade County Commission District 2 race, while in Broward County, two Haitian American lost separate bids to become county commissioners.
Tuesday’s primary ballots included seats for state executive offices, United States senators and representatives, state legislators and local offices that vary by municipality. Here’s a roundup of results in the key races featuring Haitian American candidates on the Aug. 23 ballot.
Miami-Dade County Commission
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