Ross recruiting candidates to run against stadium foes
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jul 31, 2013
According to the Miami Herald, Ross is now recruiting candidates to run against politicians who opposed the attempt to upgrade the venue. Ross wants to secure partial public funding for the renovations, which would get Sun Life Stadium back in the Super Bowl rotation. Ross formed a Political Action Committee dubbed Florida Jobs First. It’s getting uglier and uglier between Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and the politicians who thwarted his effort to renovate Sun Life Stadium in part with public money. The group seeks candidates to challenge in the 2014 primary representatives Michael Bileca and Carlos Trujillo. “After hearing from many in the community who were upset by those who stood in the way of jobs for Miami-Dade, we have been talking to several potential candidates to challenge Trujillo and Bileca,” spokesman Eric Jotkoff said. A spokesman for Florida Jobs First told theHerald that the group is indeed looking for folks who’ll run against the dui.
No one but Aaron Ross has ever been this happy to return from “a nice paid vacation.” That’s how Ross, the former and current Giants cornerback, once described his year with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2012 a year he said when things just didn’t “click.…