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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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  • Alex Lewy quits Hallandale Beach commission, drops out of state House race

    Alex Lewy quits Hallandale Beach commission, drops out of state House race
    Original post | 10:40 a.m.
  • Biggest surprise of the second: Democrat Charlie Crist announces for governor

    Biggest surprise of the second: Democrat Charlie Crist announces for governor
    Who knew? Charlie Crist is running for governor as a Democrat. Perhaps the least-surprising announcement in Florida politics in years opens a primary run against Nan Rich and then a potential show down between the former Republican Gov. Crist and the...

    Dream Defenders earning political credibility

    Dream Defenders earning political credibility
    Word is getting around. The Dream Defenders are for real. Whether you agree with their demands — chiefly to repeal Florida's "stand your ground" law — or view their protest as juvenile foot-stomping, this much is true: This group of...

    Changing Florida won't be easy

    Stevie Wonder might be on to something. His idea of boycotting Florida and 22 other states that have Stand Your Ground laws may not go over well, but it is the type of thinking that should make people realize there are consequences for laws that result...

    State lawmakers won't fix Stand Your Ground, so let the voters do it by the ballot initiative

    Dear Sen. Chris L. Smith: It was a long shot at best. Your attempt to tweak Florida's infamous Stand Your Ground law had about as much chance in the Florida Legislature as expanding Medicaid, imposing new taxes or paying teachers their true worth....