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    State Democratic Party keeps Poe as chairman

    By Times staff writer

    © St. Petersburg Times, published December 19, 2000


    TALLAHASSEE -- Bob Poe has been re-elected chairman of the Florida Democratic Party.

    Poe, 46, was first elected March 25 to replace former Chairman Charles Whitehead. He was unanimously re-elected Saturday to a four-year term by the party's state executive committee at a meeting in Orlando.

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