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Florida Nurses Association Endorses Gelber for Attorney General
Sep 25, 2010
Republican Senator Villalobos Endorses Gelber for Attorney General
Sep 24, 2010
Florida Professional Firefighters Endorse Gelber for Attorney General
Sep 21, 2010
Florida Alliance for Retired Americans Endorses Gelber for Attorney General
Sep 20, 2010
Florida PBA Endorses Gelber for Attorney General
Sep 10, 2010
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Nov 4, 2010
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Oct 26, 2010
Release: New Ad Highlights Consensus from Florida Newspapers: Gelber is Clearly Better Qualified
Oct 25, 2010
Release: Bondi Turns to National Special Interests to Fuel Her Campaign
Oct 25, 2010
Statement: Gelber Comments on Sentencing of Sarasota Ponzi Schemer Arthur Nadel
Oct 22, 2010
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Elections 2010: Attorney General: Gelber ready
Aug 5, 2010
Naples Daily News Editorial Board
Naples Daily News
Voters get to pick the nominees for one of the three Florida Cabinet posts on Aug. 24, for which early voting starts Monday.
The other two — commissioner of agriculture and chief financial officer — have only one candidate in each party so no primary is required. Not so for attorney general.
Democrat: Dan Gelber of Miami Beach
While our editorial board thinks highly of Gelber’s opponent, Dave Aronberg, and has enthusiastically endorsed his Florida Senate campaigns and legislation in the past, the question in this race comes down to heft: Which of the two would we want as our state’s top law-enforcement officer?
Gelber’s experience as a federal prosecutor gets the nod. For nearly a decade starting in the mid-1980s, he handled marquee public-corruption, civil-rights and narcotics prosecutions. He went on to work for the U.S. Senate on counterterrorism and domestic security, and fraud and waste in government.
Add terms in the Florida House and Senate and you have a resume that overpowers Aronberg’s few years as a federal prosecutor and seven years in the state Senate.
We hope Aronberg stays connected to politics and public service.
Who can vote? All 46,000 Democrats in Collier and 108,000 Democrats in Lee.
What happens next? The winner of each primary advances to the Nov. 2 general election to face an independent candidate.