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Pam Bondi

Bondi won election as Florida Attorney General in the 2010 election. The prosecutor won former vice presidential candidate and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's endorsement and Bondi has made several guest appearances on Fox News leading up to her run for AG. She defeated Democrat Dan Gelber to win the seat and become the state's first female to hold the office.
Bondi won election as Florida Attorney General in the 2010 election. The prosecutor won former vice presidential candidate and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's endorsement and Bondi has made several guest appearances on Fox News leading up to her run for AG. She defeated Democrat Dan Gelber to win the seat and become the state's first female to hold the office. « Show less

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  • Pam Bondi delays execution so she can party

    Pam Bondi delays execution so she can party
    Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi has long been accused of being a lightweight — someone more interested in scoring TV time on "Fox & Friends" than actually dispensing justice back home. But Bondi has taken superficiality to new heights. Or...
  • Brogan: There needs to be a Lieutenant Gov

    TALLAHASSEE --  Outgoing University Chancellor and former lieutenant Gov. Frank Brogan shot down comments from critics who say the position of lieutenant governor should be eliminated and said the job was essential to the state. Florida has been without...
  • Trump funds Bondi as the AG considered a probe

    Trump funds Bondi as the AG considered a probe
    Last month, Attorney General Pam Bondi was supposedly thinking about going after Donald Trump for running a get-rich seminar that some Floridians said fleeced them out of thousands of dollars. New York's A.G. had already filed suit, saying that Trump'...
  • FDLE: We've 'targeted several suspects' in case of inmates freed by forged documents

    Authorities investigating the escape of two Orlando-area convicted killers have "uncovered key facts and targeted several suspects," the Florida Department of Law Enforcement commissioner said at a news conference in Tallahassee. "I can assure you...
  • Broward's Perry Thurston running for Florida attorney general

    Broward's Perry Thurston running for Florida attorney general
    Updated | 3:24 p.m. and 4 p.m. Original post | 1:22 p.m. No press release. No news conference. No Twitter message. State Rep. Perry Thurston, the Broward Democrat who is minority party leader in the Florida House, had been saying for months that...
  • Bondi, police want power to take on websites advertising sex

    Bondi, police want power to take on websites advertising sex
    A two-word change proposed to one of the nation's first online laws has triggered a battle between law enforcement and Internet libertarians. On one side, top law enforcers for nearly every state, including Florida, are calling on Congress to change a...
  • Governor candidate Nan Rich supports medical marijuana question

    Governor candidate Nan Rich supports medical marijuana question
    Nan Rich of Weston, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor, said Friday she supports a proposed ballot initiative that would legalize the use of medical marijuana in Florida. “I’ve seen the research, I’ve studied the...
  • Dem House leader Thurston ratchets up politics of ‘non-political’ merit retention issue

     
    UPDATES WITH DEAN CANNON RESPONSE A week ago, Florida Democratic Party chair Rod Smith said his organization would not involve itself in the increasingly partisan fight over the merit retention of three Supreme Court justices. His comments came in the...
  • Weatherford laughs off interest in running for governor

     
    TALLAHASSEE — In classic politico two-step, House Speaker Will Weatherford deflected a question Thursday about whether he had interest in running for governor in 2014. The Wesley Chapel Republican was asked about seeking the office at a Capitol...
  • Ballard says Crist knew about Greer’s fund-raising payments – contradicting Crist

     
    By Rene Stutzman, Staff Writer Florida’s attorney general today released a deposition that contradicts a sworn statement by former Gov. Charlie Crist, who said that he did not know that then-Florida GOP Chairman Jim Greer would be paid extra to...
  • Scotus upholds Liberty County conviction based on drug-sniffing dog

     
    From Reuters The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday unanimously upheld a trained police dog's search of a truck for evidence, saying that training and testing records had established the dog's reliability and given the police probable cause. The case was one...