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Rep. John L. Mica (R-Fla.)

District: 7th District
Political Highlights: Fla. House, 1976-80; Republican nominee for Fla. Senate, 1980; U.S. House of Representatives, 1993-present
Born: Jan. 27, 1943; Binghamton, N.Y.
Residence: Winter Park
Religion: Episcopalian
Family: Wife, Pat Mica; two children
Education: Miami-Dade Community College, A.A. 1965; U. of Florida, B.A. 1967
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 1992 (12th term)
Committee Assignments: Oversight & Government Reform (National Security; Transportation & Public Assets - Chairman); Transportation & Infrastructure (Aviation; Highways & Transit; Railroads, Pipelines & Hazardous Materials)

Election History
2014generalJohn Mica (R) 144,47463.6
Wes Neuman (D) 73,01132.1
Al Krulick (NPA) 9,6794.3
2012generalJohn Mica (R) 185,51858.7
Jason Kendall (D) 130,47941.3
Fred Marra (WRI) 130.0
2010generalJohn Mica (R) 185,47069.0
Heather Beaven (D) 83,20631.0
2008generalJohn Mica (R) 238,72162.0
Faye Armitage (D) 146,29238.0
2006generalJohn Mica (R) 149,65663.1
John Chagnon (D) 87,58436.9
2004generalJohn Mica (R) 00.0
2002generalJohn Mica (R) 142,14759.6
Wayne Hogan (D) 96,44440.4
2000generalJohn Mica (R) 171,01863.2
Daniel Vaughen (D) 99,53136.8
1998generalJohn Mica (R) 00.0
1996generalJohn Mica (R) 143,63762.0
George Stuart (D) 87,82237.9
Ken McCarthy () 540.0
1994generalJohn Mica (R) 131,71173.4
Edward Goddard (D) 47,74726.6
1992generalJohn Mica (R) 125,83056.4
Dan Webster (D) 96,95043.5
Ken McCarthy () 2130.1
Roy Davis () 420.0
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Florida is 2nd on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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