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Dan Gelber

A Democrat who lost the 2010 election for Florida Attorney General to Pam Bondi.
A Democrat who lost the 2010 election for Florida Attorney General to Pam Bondi. « Show less

Top Dan Gelber Articles

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  • Kottkamp – and Gelber – qualify for Attorney General

     
    Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp, a former state representative and Fort Myers-based member of the Morgan & Morgan trial-law firm, qualified today to run for the Republican nomination for attorney general. “I’ve been preparing to be our state’s...
  • Candidate qualifying: State, Palm Beach County candidates through Thursday

     
    Cheryl Amico, Anna Beach and Anthony Man report: Governor Peter L. Allen (IDP), Michael E. Arth (NPA), Farid Khavari (NPA), Josue Larose (write in), C.C. Reed (NPA), Alex Sink (D), Bill McColllum (R). Attorney General Dave Aronberg (D), Holly Benson......
  • Candidates who've qualified for statewide, Palm Beach County offices

     
    Compiled by Cheryl Amico, Anna Beach and Anthony Man. GovernorPeter L. Allen (IDP), Michael E. Arth (NPA), Behm, Karl (write in), Lawton "Bud" Chiles (NPA), Daniel Imperato (NPA), Farid Khavari (NPA), Josue Larose (write in), Mike McCalister (R), Bill...
  • McCollum, Rubio, Jacobs win east side straw poll

     
    By Victor Manuel Ramos   Orlando Sentinel More than 200 voters cast their straw-poll ballots Tuesday at a gathering of business owners, entrepreneurs and community residents on the east side of Orange County, giving the more than 40 candidates who...
  • Obama bets big on Florida turnout

    MIAMI -- Barack Obama has sent five of his most senior operatives to Florida -- two of them to focus on the single county that includes Miami -- for the duration of the presidential campaign, in a newly sharpened strategy to win the election by driving...
  • Analysis: Crist sets his eyes on bigger political prize

    Analysis: Crist sets his eyes on bigger political prize
    In jumping into the race for U.S. Senate, Gov. Charlie Crist is giving up the job of chief executive in the fourth-largest state for an arguably bigger political prize: a powerful Senate perch that can last a lifetime. The decision comes down, in part,...
  • Will Florida's growth-a-holic tendencies change with new reality?

    Will Florida's growth-a-holic tendencies change with new reality?
    In a state hooked on development, Flagler County became a junkie. Explosive growth was its crystal meth – a potent and relatively cheap path to revenue, plentiful jobs and a brief sense of economic euphoria. When the drug flowed freely, the county...
  • Florida legislators face tough choices in a budget-crunching year

    Florida's lawmakers will gather at the budget-battered capital this year to confront a financial mess – but even so, they vow not to raise taxes. Federal stimulus money runs out midway through the fiscal year, blowing a billion-dollar hole in the...
  • Broward, Palm Beach county prosecutors want new anti-corruption law

    Amid a series of public corruption scandals that have so far hauled up eight Broward and Palm Beach county officials on charges, the top prosecutors in the two counties are joining forces to seek passage of a new law tightening the screws on dishonest...
  • Crist like Casper? How spooky is that?

    Radio host Jim Philips and I were talking this week about all the serious issues facing Florida — and how Gov. Charlie Crist seems to be MIA for many of them. That's when Jim said our governor reminded him of Casper the Friendly Ghost. And the...
  • Legislators consider tightening PSC ethics rules

    Florida legislators Wednesday held the first in a series of hearings on proposals to tighten ethics rules for the Public Service Commission — including legislation to restrict communication between agency staffers and the utilities they regulate....