The Candidate Report Card

What is that?

Glad you asked.

The Riders Alliance Candidate report card goes beyond what you've seen in county politics. We're looking at each candidate's record on transit and transportation to help voters decide which candidate is best for them this election.

Does that mean you're endorsing someone for mayor?


The Riders Alliance won't be endorsing anyone for mayor. We believe that by outlining the candidate's records which they have created for themselves is the best way for residents to make up their minds. We'll let the candidates' past choices dictate their future prospects.

How about for commission?


Why should I care?

View counts.

Hundreds of Miamians visit every month to learn about advocacy work for transit in #ourcounty. That means the public (and the candidates) should care a whole lot.

How can we trust you'll be fair?

Google is free.

We won't be posting our opinion. All stances are the candidates' own views from interviews and research conducted by our team.

We will also include a mechanism for candidates and members of the community to add more sources that are relevant to the topic. To be clear, we will not be including general items like "job creation" on the report card.

Alright. I'm on board.


The Miami Riders Alliance is a local non-profit. We run on donations from supporters like you.

Consider becoming a member of the alliance here to support our organization.


Donate to the Miami Riders Alliance here.


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