In today’s episode of This Day in Miami History, we look back at the runoff for Mayor of Miami in 1983. While it goes in the recordbooks as the election that sealed Maurice Ferré’s sixth term, it’s better known as the election that turned on a public backstabbing by then- and current-Miami commissioner Joe Carollo.

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