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Sybrina Fulton loses run for county commissioner office by less than one percent | REVOLT

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Sybrina Fulton loses run for county commissioner office by less than one percent | REVOLT

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Sybrina Fulton lost to Mayor Oliver Gilbert by 331 votes.

By Sweenie Saint-Vil, REVOLT

Sybrina Fulton’s race for county commissioner has officially come to an end.

According to the Miami Herald, Fulton, who had no political background, lost to Mayor Oliver Gilbert by less than one percent, receiving 331 less votes than her competitor.

Last year, the mother of Trayvon Martin announced her plans to run for a seat on the Miami-Dade County Commission.

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“My time as a public servant began 30 years ago at Miami-Dade County. Since 2012, I have advocated tirelessly to empower our communities and make them safer,” Fulton said at the time. “But the work is not done. I am proud to announce that I will run to represent District 1 on the county commission.”

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