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Jeffrey Atwater

Florida State Senate president Jeff Atwater won the 2010 Cabinet position of Chief Financial Officer over Democrat Loranne Ausley. He hails from North Palm Beach and will be replacing Democrat Alex Sink, who ran for governor.
Florida State Senate president Jeff Atwater won the 2010 Cabinet position of Chief Financial Officer over Democrat Loranne Ausley. He hails from North Palm Beach and will be replacing Democrat Alex Sink, who ran for governor. « Show less

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  • Man accused of making false insurance claim

    Man accused of making false insurance claim
    A Greenacres man was arrested for making a false insurance claim on his house, according to officials.
  • DiPietro receives first Hero of Hope award

    It wasn't easy for Place of Hope to raise money right away for foster care housing when it took over the once dilapidated The Haven Campus in West Boca. But then Jay DiPietro stepped in. Helping an established nonprofit extend its reach into Boca came...

    Pundit: Dems' turnout plan failed: Front & Center

    This year's contest for Florida governor between incumbent Republican Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist drew interest around the country. Scott, despite struggling with chronically low public-approval ratings during his first term,...

    10 takeaways from Florida's 2014 election season

    10 takeaways from Florida's 2014 election season
    I have some good news and bad news about the elections. The good news: They're over. The bad news: Some candidates have already filed for 2016. The first presidential debate is already set. This is like capping off a root canal with a colonoscopy....

    Florida Dems can't match its campaign with candidate

    Florida Dems can't match its campaign with candidate
    Here is the post-election reality for Democrats in Florida: Despite nearly $100 million spent on his behalf — including $12 million of his own money after saying he wouldn't self-finance — Rick Scott couldn't budge his standing with voters....