Robert Wexler

Congressman (D-FL); Obama Campaign Co-chair

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Democratic Congressman representing Florida's 19th District, in the southeastern part of the state, covering parts of Palm Beach and Broward Counties; co-chair of Barack Obama's presidential campaign

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