February 27, 2015

Politics

Succeeding Raul Martinez

| 1/1/2006

Julio Robaina
Julio Robaina
Editor's Note: This is a corrected photo

In a landslide vote, Julio Robaina has been elected mayor of Hialeah, succeeding Raul Martinez, who stepped down after nearly 25 years as chief executive of this Cuban-American stronghold. Hialeah is Florida's fifth-largest city, with a population of more than 210,000. Robaina, a longtime city council member, is considered a protégé of the widely popular Martinez.


Julio Robaina
Julio Robaina
Editor's Note: This is a corrected photo

In a landslide vote, Julio Robaina has been elected mayor of Hialeah, succeeding Raul Martinez, who stepped down after nearly 25 years as chief executive of this Cuban-American stronghold. Hialeah is Florida's fifth-largest city, with a population of more than 210,000. Robaina, a longtime city council member, is considered a protégé of the widely popular Martinez.Julio Robaina
Editor's Note: This is a corrected photo

In a landslide vote, Julio Robaina has been elected mayor of Hialeah, succeeding Raul Martinez, who stepped down after nearly 25 years as chief executive of this Cuban-American stronghold. Hialeah is Florida's fifth-largest city, with a population of more than 210,000. Robaina, a longtime city council member, is considered a protégé of the widely popular Martinez

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