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Ron Klein

Ron Klein
Ronald "Ron" Klein (born July 10, 1957) is an American politician from the U.S. state of Florida. Klein, a Democrat, served in the Florida House of Representatives from 1993 to 1996 and in the Florida Senate from 1996 till 2006, where he was the Senate minority leader.
Ronald "Ron" Klein (born July 10, 1957) is an American politician from the U.S. state of Florida. Klein, a Democrat, served in the Florida House of Representatives from 1993 to 1996 and in the Florida Senate from 1996 till 2006, where he was the Senate minority leader. « Show less

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  • Klein gets Florida congressional delegation to sign onto cat-fund letter

     
    By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — All 25 Florida members of the U.S. House – Republicans and Democrats – are promoting passage of a bill designed to curb the cost of homeowner insurance in disaster-prone areas by setting...
  • Candidates appear before Voters Coalition

     
    Opposing candidates in hotly contested races are scheduled to appear before the Voters Coalition, the bipartisan Palm Beach County civic group. Congressional candidates speaking will be incumbent Democrat Ron Klein and his challenger, Republican Allen...
  • Republicans say Obama Florida visit will turn out voters – theirs

     
    By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is flying into South Florida Monday evening to raise money for Congressman Ron Klein and to rev up fellow Democrats, but Republicans claim the visit will also help their...
  • Just another Obama backyard chat with ordinary Americans at Alonzo Mourning's Miami estate

     
    Ordinary millionaires, that is....
  • Romney PAC endorses Adams as one of his ‘Ten for ‘10′

     
    Once (and likely future) Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has begun a “Ten for ‘10″ program to draw attention to Republican congressional candidates he hopes can help the GOP “take Congress back.” Today, his Free...
  • Webster finally gets nod from Romney PAC

     
    Once (and likely future) presidential candidate Mitt Romney's Free and Strong America PAC has been clogging inboxes for the last couple of weeks with his endorsements for Congress, in groups of 10 as part of his “10 for ‘10″ initiative....
  • 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......
  • Floridians push hurricane-related tax breaks

     
    By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — At the start of hurricane season, South Florida members of Congress are promoting legislation to give tax breaks to homeowners and businesses to prepare for — or recover from — natural...
  • Closer look: Florida's congressional delegation

    Florida Delegation The 2010 midterm elections produced a new senator and eight new House members to represent Florida. Only one of the newcomers is a Democrat. Delegation total: 2 senators and 25 House members In 2009/2010: Florida Republicans...
  • Florida's congressional delegation faces tough task in working together

    Florida's congressional delegation faces tough task in working together
    Can the Florida members of Congress find a way to get along? After a bruising campaign marked by attack ads and charges of extremism, Sen.-elect Marco Rubio and seven new House members will be sworn into office Wednesday to join a Florida delegation...
  • Burmese pythons expanding reach in South Florida

    Burmese pythons expanding reach in South Florida
    Armed with hooks, tongs and a snake bag, biologists at Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge spent Thursday learning how to catch Burmese pythons. Although none have been seen at Loxahatchee, the refuge's workers are getting prepared as part of a...
  • From the Tribune archives: The House Rahm Built

    Rahm Emanuel was seething. He was hurtling down an asphalt road in upstate New York on the 47th trip of his ferocious campaign to win back the House. A lecture, even from his friend James Carville, was the last thing he needed. In just 12 days, Emanuel'...