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Last updated Sep. 08, 2014

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Rep. Corrine Brown (D-Fla.)

District: 5th District
Political Highlights: candidate for Fla. House, 1980; Fla. House, 1982-92; U.S. House of Representatives, 1993-present
Born: Nov. 11, 1946; Jacksonville, Fla.
Residence: Jacksonville
Religion: Baptist
Family: Single; one child
Education: Florida A&M U., B.S. 1969; Florida A&M U., M.A. 1971; U. of Florida, Ed.S. 1974
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 1992 (12th term)
Committee Assignments: Transportation & Infrastructure (Coast Guard & Maritime Transportation; Highways & Transit; Railroads, Pipelines & Hazardous Materials); Veterans' Affairs

Election History
2014generalCorrine Brown (D) 112,34065.5
Glo Smith (R) 59,23734.5
2012generalCorrine Brown (D) 190,47270.8
LeAnne Kolb (R) 70,70026.3
Eileen Fleming (NPA) 7,9783.0
Bruce Riggs (WRI) 30.0
2010generalCorrine Brown (D) 94,74463.0
Michael Yost (R) 50,93233.9
Terry Martin-Back (NPA) 4,6253.1
2008generalCorrine Brown (D) 00.0
2006generalCorrine Brown (D) 00.0
2004generalCorrine Brown (D) 172,83399.2
2002generalCorrine Brown (D) 88,46259.3
Jennifer Carroll (R) 60,74740.7
Jon Arnett () 40.0
2000generalCorrine Brown (D) 102,14357.6
Jennifer Carroll (R) 75,22842.4
1998generalCorrine Brown (D) 66,62155.4
Bill Randall (R) 53,53044.6
1996generalCorrine Brown (D) 98,08561.2
Preston Fields (R) 62,19638.8
1994generalCorrine Brown (D) 63,84557.7
Marc Little (R) 46,89542.3
1992generalCorrine Brown (D) 91,91859.3
Don Weidner (R) 63,11540.7
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Florida is 2nd on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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