Sharpe Properties Helps Braman to Recall Mayor AlvarezIn an effort to assist businessman Norman Braman in his crusade to recall Mayor Alvarez, Sharpe Properties, a full-service real estate company, donated space for Braman to open up signing tables at its Miller Heights Shopping Center, located at 9381 SW 56th Street (Miller Drive), Miami, Florida 33165.
First Step to Recall Mayor Alvarez: Signatures
Infuriated by Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez's decision to raise property taxes, Braman launched an aggressive campaign to get signatures from registered voters to recall Mayor Alvarez. Now that the campaign obtained more than enough signatures, the next step is to make sure that everyone goes out to vote.
Second Step to Recall Mayor Alvarez: Absentee Ballot Request Forms
Because all registered voters may not have the ability to vote on election day due to traffic, work, or other time constraints, Braman's campaign is taking additional steps to improve voter turnout to recall Mayor Alvarez. Braman will have Absentee Ballot Request Forms available for voters to pick up at various locations. Sharpe Properties is doing its part to help by providing Braman's campaign a location at the Miller Heights Shopping Center, located at 9381 SW 56th Street (Miller Drive), Miami, Florida 33165.
According to Braman's campaign, the Absentee Ballot Request Forms to recall Mayor Alvarez will be available at the Miller Heights Shopping Center on a daily basis from 11am to 5pm.
To learn more about Norman Braman's campaign to recall Mayor Alvarez, please visit their website at recallmayoralvarez.org
To learn more about Sharpe Properties, please visit their website at www.SharpeProperties.com. Their website is also available in Spanish at www.sharpeproperties.com/espanol, or by clicking the "En Español" tab located on the upper right-hand corner of any webpage.