Joe Carollo


Joe Carollo collects $763K in just two months for Miami re-election race

Campaign contributions marked by many special interest bundles. Between his campaign account and his political action committee, Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo has raised more than three quarters of a million dollars for his re-election this year in just two months, according to the most recent campaign reports filed last week.
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Miami, FLMiami Herald

Bruno Barreiro will challenge Joe Carollo for Miami city commission seat

It’s Barreiro versus Carollo again in this year’s Miami city election. Former Miami-Dade commissioner Bruno Barreiro filed paperwork Friday to run against incumbent District 3 Commissioner Joe Carollo, pitting two longtime politicians against each other in a bid to represent Little Havana, The Roads, Shenandoah and a sliver of Brickell.
Miami, FLMiami Herald

Feud between Billy Corben, Joe Carollo sparks exchange over racism, abuse claims

Documentary filmmaker Billy Corben and Commissioner Joe Carollo are locked in a war of words that grew tense in Miami City Hall on Thursday, with references to Carollo’s previous arrest on a domestic violence charge and Corben’s penchant for mocking Cuban-American politicians by posting images of them dressed like Fidel Castro.

Silver Bluff street fight is campaign fodder for Miami’s Crazy Joe Carollo

A real street fight between neighbors erupted earlier this month at an impromptu press conference about the street fight between the city of Miami and Miami-Dade County over the closure of several roads in Silver Bluff. And it’s all in time for this year’s city elections. The totally unnecessary press...
Miami, FLMiami New Times

Joe Carollo Suggests Miami and Hialeah Should Secede From Miami-Dade County

Just when you think Miami politics can't get any more dramatic, the city's leaders always seem to have a way of one-upping themselves. Take, for instance, City of Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo, who has apparently been entertaining thoughts of seceding from Miami-Dade County after a feud about...street blockades. This past...

More key city employees leave Miami like it was a sinking SS Joe Carollo

Add Zoning Director Joe Ruiz and Human Services Director Milton Vickers to the high-ranking employees who have left the City of Miami’s employ in the last year, or, basically, since the city commission pressured former City Manager Emilio Gonzalez to resign. Vickers’ exit seems to be a direct result of...