Two Hialeah City Council at-large seats up for election on Nov. 16

The nonpartisan general election for two of the seven seats on the Hialeah City Council in Florida is on Nov. 16. The primary election was held on Nov. 2, and the candidate filing deadline passed on July 6. 

Bryan Calvo and Angelica Pacheco are competing for the council’s at-large Group VI seat, and Luis Rodriguez and Maylin Villalonga are competing for the at-large Group VII seat. The general election for the council’s Group V seat was canceled after incumbent Carl Zogby won the primary election outright on Nov. 2 with 56.7% of the vote.

Hialeah is the sixth-largest city in Florida and the eighty-eighth-largest city in the U.S. by population. 

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