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Robert Wexler resigned on January 3, 2010 to become president of the Center for Middle East Peace and Economic Cooperation. Wexler represented Florida's 19th congressional district from 1997 until his resignation on 3 January 2010. Ted Deutch, a former Florida state senator, won a special election was held on April 13, 2010 to fill Wexler's remaining term. Rep. Ted Deutch was reelected in November 2010.


2010 Election

Ted Deutch  (D)  128,760 63%
Joe Budd    (R)   76,555 37%

2010 special election

Ted Deutch      (D)  43,255  62.1% 	
Edward J. Lynch (R)  24,539  35.1%

2008 Election

Robert Wexler  (D)   202,465  66.2% 
Edward Lynch   (R)    83,357  27.2%
Ben Graber     (NPA)  20,214   6.6%

2006 Election

Robert Wexler (D) unopposed.

2004 Election

Robert Wexler (D) unopposed.

2002 Election

Robert Wexler (D)  135,740  72% 
Jack Merkl    (R)   51,948  28%

2000 Election

Robert Wexler   {D)  171,080  71.6%
Morris Thompson (R)   67,789  28.4%

Election Information

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This page was last modified 17:14, 8 January 2011 by dKosopedia user Jbet777. Based on work by Chad Lupkes and dKosopedia user(s) Allamakee Democrat. Content is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.

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