El Alcalde de Hialeah de nuevo en Candela, no solo se toma fotos con un maleante como Delfín Fernández, sino mas.

Tomado de aqui: http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/riptide/2012/10/hialeah_mayor_carlos_hernandez.php

By Francisco AlvaradoTue., Oct. 30 2012 at 9:30 AM

Isis Garcia Martinez, President of the Hialeah Council, Carlos Hernandez, Mayor of the City of Hialeah, Delfin Fernandez, Chief of Staff of Banah Sugar, Ray Velazquez, Corporate Vice President of Banah Sugar and Herman Echevarria, President of VENUE MAGAZINE — at Banah Sugar.

Very soon Carlos Hernandez will learn more about the quality of the people in Banah Sugar, specially Delfin.

Hialeah Mayor Carlos Hernandez Tried To Pull a Fast One at Early Voting Site 

Yesterday, while Julio Rodriguez waited in line to cast his ballot at the John F. Kennedy library, the Hialeah voter noticed his city’s mayor stumping for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. No big deal right? Wrong.
Carlos Hernandez was ignoring a local election law that prohibits people from campaigning within 100 feet of a polling station, Rodiguez claims. When a precinct supervisor informed Hernandez he had to stay back, the mayor left in a huff, Rodriguez says. “Several people in line, including myself, heard him promoting Romney,” Rodriguez recounts. “A poll watcher also overheard him and reported it to an election official.”
Rodriguez claims Hernandez denied he was campaigning; that he was only greeting voters.
“He was arguing back and forth,” Rodriguez says. “But he was definitely campaigning. When the elections official insisted he had to stay behind the 100 foot line, he just left.”
Hernandez’s executive assistant Arnie Alonso denies the mayor was breaking the rules. “The mayor went by there to see the line,” Alonso says. “That’s it. Nothing more and nothing less.”

Hernandez has been in the news in the past two weeks after he suspended city fire union vice-president Eric Johnson for two days without pay. Hernandez punished Johnson for photos the fireman posted on his personal Facebook page that the mayor complained insulted Hialeah residents.
Coincidentally, Johnson has led a crusade against the city’s absentee ballot machine. His activism led to the arrests of two Hialeah residents who were caught holding dozens of absentee ballots before the Aug. 14 primary. In Miami-Dade, it is illegal for a person to possess more than two absentee ballots that does not belong to them.
Meanwhile, the lines for early voting remained absurdly long across Dade on Monday. Over the weekend, citizens around Miami-Dade waited between two to four hours to cast their ballots. Rodriguez says he was in line for about three hours before casting his ballot.
“There were about 100 to 150 people waiting in line,” he says.
The main reason it is taking voters so much time is the fact that the ballot is 15 pages long.
According to the Department of State, nearly 1.9 million Flordians have already cast their ballots via absentee or at early voting sites. The total represents nearly 16 percent of the state’s 11. million voters.

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  1. Hola soy gruero de hialeah tengo mis papeles en orden pago una lisencia… pero lo que hacen lo polisia de mi pequena siudad es injusto si mi cliente me llama de la esena del asidente no medejan remolcar su carro y lo obligan a que las campañias grande remolque su carro y le cobren el triple de lo que yo le voy a cobrar estoy arto de estas y otras injustisias q comente la polisia de hialeah y no hay ni adonde quejarse politicos para que si esto es una mafia organisada el rico mas rico y el pobre que se joda mi pequeña compoñia de towing que es el sustento de mi familia no la dejan prosperar…. agredeseria que alguien me respondiera o me diera un numero donde llamar …. grasias…

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