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The University of Central Florida hosted the Former congressmen for a town hall meeting.
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Two Former Congressmen Hold Town Hall On Gridlock In Washington

Two former Florida congressmen brought their “Why Gridlock Rules Washington” tour to Orlando today. David Jolly, (R), and Patrick Murphy, (D), held a town hall meeting on partisan gridlock in Washington. The former congressmen are visiting universities throughout the state to “Shine a light on the inside reasons why D.C. is in a state of chaos and dysfunction,” according to the tour’s website.
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Money, Endorsements Pave Patrick Murphy’s Path To U.S. Senate

Democrat Patrick Murphy must have seemed like the perfect candidate when he announced he was running for U.S. Senate. The 33-year-old Palm Beach Congressman is young, telegenic and politically moderate. But recently, a spate of controversies, along with GOP incumbent Marco Rubio’s surprise entry into the race, have called Murphy’s front-runner status into question.
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Office of Congressional Ethics – Alan Grayson

As the race for Marco Rubio’s senate seat lures more politicians to run, the rivalry between two Democrats vying for the spot, congressional representatives Patrick Murphy and Alan Grayson, has attracted national headlines. Aside from political differences, the crux of this rivalry is Grayson’s operation of an offshore hedge fund. This week, the Office of Congressional Ethics found there is “substantial reason to believe” he may have violated House rules, alleging the Orlando Democrat operated a hedge fund that improperly used his name, failed to disclose required information from annual financial disclosure statements and continued to profit from legal proceedings in which the government had a direct interest. The House Committee on Ethics says it will look further into the matter, …
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