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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

Top Pam Bondi Articles

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  • Brevard men file challenge to Florida ban on gay marriage in Orlando federal court

    Brevard men file challenge to Florida ban on gay marriage in Orlando federal court
    Central Florida now has its first legal challenge to Florida's ban on same-sex marriage. Two Brevard County men, Daniel Wall-DeSousa, 40, and Scott Wall-DeSousa, 37, filed suit this week in Orlando federal court, asking a judge to force the Florida...
  • Legal aid for the poor at heart of fight over Florida Bar dues

    Legal aid for the poor at heart of fight over Florida Bar dues
    Angie Zarvatski's son, Coda, had his 18th birthday last year, making him an adult. But he's autistic, seldom speaks and cannot care for himself. His mother needed court approval to continue as his legal guardian. But she's a single mom and could not...
  • Florida Supreme Court to consider Osceola 'stand your ground' case

    Florida Supreme Court to consider Osceola 'stand your ground' case
    An unexpected roadway confrontation between a family from Indiana and a Kissimmee man three years ago could soon reshape the way Florida's "stand your ground" law is applied in cases throughout the state. Wrapping up a vacation on Dec. 29, 2011,...
  • 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....
  • 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....
  • Anita Mitchell gets state award

    Anita Mitchell gets state award
    Anita Mitchell, who took over troubled Palm Beach County Republican Party 10 months ago, has been recognized for her work in transforming the organization. The state Republican Party awarded Mitchell its “chairman of the year” last weekend...
  • FastTrain College accused of falsifying financial aid

    FastTrain College accused of falsifying financial aid
    Federal and state authorities have filed a civil complaint against a private, for-profit chain of schools and its owner, alleging submission of false information regarding students' eligibility for federal financial aid. Miami-based FastTrain II Corp....
  • Lawyers seek end to Florida's ban on gay marriage

    Lawyers seek end to Florida's ban on gay marriage
    TALLAHASSEE — Pointing to a "pathbreaking development" at the U.S. Supreme Court, attorneys for same-sex couples quickly asked a federal judge Tuesday to move forward with ending Florida's ban on gay marriage. U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle...
  • Federal appeals court ruling may allow same-sex marriage in Florida as early as Jan. 5

    Federal appeals court ruling may allow same-sex marriage in Florida as early as Jan. 5
    A federal appeals court in Atlanta today made a key ruling, making it possible that same-sex couples could get married in Florida as soon as Jan. 5. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals refused to grant a request by Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi to...
  • Matrimonio homosexual en Florida podría comenzar el 6 de enero

    Matrimonio homosexual en Florida podría  comenzar el 6 de enero
    Un juez federal de apelaciones negó hoy una moción del estado de Florida que ha impedido que entre en vigor un fallo que consideró inconstitucional la prohibición del matrimonio gay en el estado. De esta forma, los matrimonios entre parejas del mismo...
  • At long last, gay marriages may start soon

    At long last,  gay marriages  may start soon
    Are we there yet? It's the lament after a long, laborious trip. And it has been such a long trip for gay-marriage rights in Florida. But yes, finally, it appears we are there. Thankfully. At last. It has been bitter. It has been costly. And it has...