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Statement from Commissioner Dennis C. Moss

“Representative Kionne McGhee has shown the leadership and commitment needed to move South Dade Forward as I leave the County Commission. He understands the issues that the people of District 9 are experiencing.”

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Florida Politics: “It’s official: Kionne McGhee to run for Miami-Dade County Commission”

McGhee is now listed among four candidates to replace outgoing Commissioner Dennis Moss. Moss, who has represented District 9 for nearly three decades, is among the commissioners being forced out by newly-installed term limits.

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Miami Herald: “Kionne McGhee running for Miami-Dade County Commission in 2020”

He was endorsed by the incumbent months ago, but Kionne McGhee had declined to publicly confirm he was running to succeed Commissioner Dennis Moss in Miami-Dade’s District 9 next yea. On Wednesday, McGhee, a 41-year-old lawyer who was born in Naranja in South Dade, made it official and filed for what’s already a crowded race.

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Orlando Sentinel: “Amendment 4: Florida House passes bill requiring ex-felons pay civil judgments before rights restored”

TALLAHASSEE — In one of the most-divisive issues of the 2019 legislative session, the House on Wednesday approved a plan for carrying out a constitutional amendment designed to restore the voting rights of felons who have fulfilled the terms of their sentences.

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Statement from Commissioner Dennis C. Moss

“Representative Kionne McGhee has shown the leadership and commitment needed to move South Dade Forward as I leave the County Commission. He understands the issues that the people of District 9 are experiencing.”

Read More →

Florida Politics: “It’s official: Kionne McGhee to run for Miami-Dade County Commission”

McGhee is now listed among four candidates to replace outgoing Commissioner Dennis Moss. Moss, who has represented District 9 for nearly three decades, is among the commissioners being forced out by newly-installed term limits.

Read More →

Miami Herald: “Kionne McGhee running for Miami-Dade County Commission in 2020”

He was endorsed by the incumbent months ago, but Kionne McGhee had declined to publicly confirm he was running to succeed Commissioner Dennis Moss in Miami-Dade’s District 9 next yea. On Wednesday, McGhee, a 41-year-old lawyer who was born in Naranja in South Dade, made it official and filed for what’s already a crowded race.

Read More →

Orlando Sentinel: “Amendment 4: Florida House passes bill requiring ex-felons pay civil judgments before rights restored”

TALLAHASSEE — In one of the most-divisive issues of the 2019 legislative session, the House on Wednesday approved a plan for carrying out a constitutional amendment designed to restore the voting rights of felons who have fulfilled the terms of their sentences.

Read More →