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Kendrick B. Meek

Kendrick B. Meek
Kendrick Brett Meek (born September 6, 1966) has been a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives since 2003, representing Florida's 17th congressional district. He is a member of the New Democrat Coalition. He was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives on November 5, 2002, succeeding his mother, Congresswoman Carrie Meek, who retired from the seat.
Kendrick Brett Meek (born September 6, 1966) has been a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives since 2003, representing Florida's 17th congressional district. He is a member of the New Democrat Coalition. He was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives on November 5, 2002, succeeding his mother, Congresswoman Carrie Meek, who retired from the seat. « Show less

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  • > Photos, Video: Meek, Crist get ovations from Florida teachers

     
    Florida Senate candidates Kendrick Meek and Charlie Crist each appeared at the Florida Education Association annual assembly in Orlando, about 6 hours apart, both receiving cheering ovations, Friday. Meek's remarks to the group referenced the drama that...
  • Former AG Butterworth, a Democrat, gets behind Crist

     
    Gov. Charlie Crist picked up the endorsement of another high-profile Democrat Friday, Bob Butterworth, the state's former attorney general and the man Crist appointed in 2006 to lead the Department of Children and Families. He also got the support of...
  • > Photos: Rubio, Crist, Meek converge on Orlando in final push

     
    The candidates in Florida's 3-way Senate race –Republican Marco Rubio, Democrat Rep. Kendrick Meek and Independent Gov. Charlie Crist–  all campaigned simultaneously in Orlando, as a part of their statewide fly-around blitz, in a final push...
  • As Sink and Scott sprint to the finish, GOP beat Democrats in early voting

     
    GAINESVILLE — Democrat Alex Sink and Republican Rick Scott crisscrossed Florida to scrounge for pockets of votes Monday in a gubernatorial contest hinging on whether Sink can capture enough independents and GOP voters to survive the ant...
  • Rundown of Broward municipal elections

     
    Lost in the shuffle of Congressional, state and county races, there are also a few interesting municipal elections across Broward on Tuesday. Fifteen cities will have races or issues on the ballot, part of the growing trend to hold local......
  • Q-Poll: Sink 44, Scott 43; Rubio out front

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The last Quinnipiac University poll of likely voter taken over the weekend has Democratic gubernatorial nominee Alex Sink with 44 percent support and Republican Rick Scott at 43 percent, a further tightening since the school's poll...
  • Live election night blog

     
    Random thoughts, observations and analysis from election night. Most recent posts will be at the top. 8:30 a.m. -- After an Election Day when many Democrats couldn't win, Alex Sink is showing that Democrats don't know how to lose. I......
  • Vote -- even with a clothespin on your nose

     
    Happy Election Day everyone. I'll be live-blogging when the results start trickling in tonight, offering instant commentary, analysis and news tidbits, so be sure to check back after 6 p.m. Meantime, I want to take this opportunity to urge everyone......
  • > Photo Gallery: The Campaigns in Central Florida

     
    In a few hours, it will all be over. Florida's nominees for governor and the U.S. Senate will be watching and waiting as the results of the year-long political blitz are cast and counted. Here are our photo highlights from the campaigns of Alex Sink, Rick...
  • Latino advocates say Hispanics were factor in elections

     
    There are no hard numbers yet to quantify Hispanic participation in the elections that just ended, but Latino activists are saying that their community’s vote was a factor in the elections that gave Republican candidates victories in Florida and...
  • Voters support immigration reform, but don’t vote on it

     
    Most voters favor comprehensive immigration reform that would strengthen border security, crack down on employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants while requiring those living illegally in the U.S. to meet various requirements before going to “the....