Lucie Tondreau Voted First Haitian-American female mayor of North Miami FL

History has been made once again in North Miami Florida, Haitian-American Lucie Tondreau has just been voted the first-ever Haitian-American female mayor of North Miami.

Lucie Tondreau is the third Haitian-American Mayor of North Miami. She defeated Kevin Burns with 55.7 percent of the vote in a special election to replace Mayor Andre Pierre, himself the second Haitian-American to become Mayor of North Miami, who could no longer run due to term limits.

Note: The first Haitian-American elected as Mayor of North Miami was Josaphat "Joe" Celestin.

Congratulations to Mayor Lucie Tondreau, Do a good job, represent us well...

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Val says...

Lucie Trondeau is in

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Oxceva says...



I wish you all best and success as a N. MIAMI's mayor.

Jacmel of Haiti is proud of

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Barbara Murphy-bridge says...

Wonderful news Mayor Tondreau; just so very pleased to see a female in office and I wish you all the very

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J Paul says...

Congratulations to her and the Haitian community I also have a link below I would to share to you and your viewer

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Maggie B says...

I Love

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