Miami Beach Election 2019

Susan Askew
Susan Askew

Miami Beach Election 2019:

Voting and ballot question info

Everything you need to know about the 2019 Ballot Questions

There are three races for City Commission but at RE:MiamiBeach we don't cover politics. We do, however, cover the ballot questions. Voters this year have six to consider. Read our coverage of the questions by clicking the links below. We will continue to add to this page as we take a look at each item on the ballot.

Ballot question #1: Increasing Mayor's term and changing Mayor's term limit

Ballot question #2: Increase annual compensation of Mayor and City Commissioners

Ballot question #3: Filling vacancies on City Commmission

Ballot question #4: Name Convention Center Park as Pride Park

Ballot queston #5: Authorize new floor area within interior of historic buildings for adaptive reuse

Ballot question #6: Floor area ratio increase for office uses along Washington Avenue and Alton Road

For further information about this year’s election, you can find the City’s voter’s guide here.
  • Voter registration is now closed.
  • The deadline to request a Vote-by-Mail ballot is October 26. To request a mail ballot, click here.
  • Early voting begins Monday, October 21. Schedule is here.
  • Election day is Tuesday, November 5. A list of polling places is here.
  • Sample ballot is here

Miami Beach Convention Center Park: Name it Pride Park?

Susan Askew
Susan Askew
Voters have final say on question

Miami Beach Ballot Question #3: Filling of City Commission Vacancies

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Susan Askew
Vacancy last year created some confusion around current law

Short-term rental hearings delayed while Miami Beach appeals court ruling

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Susan Askew
Fines which had been dedicated to the homeless trust will not be released

Should Miami Beach increase non-conforming F.A.R. within Historic Buildings for adaptive reuse?

Susan Askew
Susan Askew
Ballot question would allow new interior floor space in “cavernous spaces”