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If I Were Mayor
00000173-d94c-dc06-a17f-ddddb3f20000The Public Insight Network is all about listening to you. It relies on your personal experiences and expertise.Click here to sign up and tell us a little about yourself. Your knowledge informs the newsroom. We'll send you an occasional email asking if you have personal experience or expertise on a story we are covering. The information goes to our Public Insight Network analyst, Katie Lepri, who will look for coverage ideas as well as potential sources. You may then be contacted with further questions or for a formal interview. Any information you provide is confidential and is not used for marketing, fundraising or advertising purposes. Anything you tell us will only be published with your permission by the Miami Herald Media Company, which includes El Nuevo Herald and WLRN. Learn more about our confidentiality and privacy policy. Below, take a look at the stories network participants have helped inform.

Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado Responds To Your Ideas


Our If I Were Mayor project continues as we bring your ideas to the mayors themselves.

We spoke with Miami mayor TomásRegalado who won a second term last November.

Mayor Regalado responds to your ideas to expand park space and help undocumented immigrants. He also explains why the City is pursuing a more aggressive approach to the homeless and what Miami police have done in response to a federal Department of Justice report last summer finding that they engage in a pattern of using "unnecessary force."

What would you do if you were mayor? Tweet us with the hashtag #IfIWereMayor.



The If I Were Mayor project is supported by the Miami Foundation, as part of their ongoing work to build a more civically engaged Miami.