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Inweekly April 2005 Flashback: Don Gaetz emerges as a powerhouse

In 2005, Okaloosa County School Superintendent Don Gaetz was getting ready to run for Florida Senate. His most likely opponent was expected to State Rep….

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Holly does well in fundraising

Attorney General candidate Holly Benson raised $241,696 in the first quarter, just $30,000 shy of her GOP opponent and reigning Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp. Not…

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Benson fundraiser successful

Collier Merrill hosted a successful fundraiser for Holly Benson last night at The Fish House. Benson is running for the Republican nomination for Florida Attorney…

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Buzz: Benson to announce Thursday

The buzz is Holly Benson will announce her candidacy for Florida Attorney General on Thursday, Oct. 29 from the Escambia County Courthouse steps.

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Benson to resign

Both the St. Pete Times and Orlando Sentinel are reporting that Holly Benson is resigning as head of AHCA and will probably run for Attorney…

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Holly Benson named whistleblower suit

Florida Health News reports that a lawsuit has been filed that accuses Benson, secretary of the Agency for Health Care Administration, of improperly intervening in…

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Benson new head of ACHA

Holly Benson is taking over as secretary of the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. Gov. Charlie Crist made the announcement this morning. Benson is…

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Murzin, Evers work to enclose clay pits

In 2002, State Rep. Holly Benson sponsored a bill – that was passed by the legislature – that exempted clay pits in Escambia County from…

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Local GOP splintered

There is no organized local Republican Party – yes. the women meet, but they don’t have much say in who runs or doesn’t run for…

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