A Miami Beach city employee is accusing former Commissioner Michael Góngora, who is running for Mayor, of threatening her with termination last month after she blocked him from attending a party at a senior center.
Gloria Campos, a liaison to the City Commission and outgoing Mayor Dan Gelber, said the incident took place Oct. 10 at a “senior building that wasn’t allowing political campaigning.”
“I told Góngora he couldn’t come in; he yelled at me and told me I would be fired (on) his first day as Mayor,” she said in a letter to friends that Florida Politics obtained.
Campos then endorsed Vice Mayor Steven Meiner, who is competing against Góngora in a Tuesday runoff to succeed Gelber. Gelber...