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Trey Radel

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TREY RADEL FOR CONGRESS


Conservative Radio Talk Show Host

Florida


Journalist

CNN


Owner and Publisher and Editor

Naples Journal


Affiliations

The SHIELD Act

Representative


U.S. Congress

Representative - Florida's 19th District


House

Republican Member


WINK-TV

Reporter


Congressional Caucus

21st Member


US Forces Fund

Founder


U.S. House of Representatives 19th District

Member


Education

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communications

Loyola University


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BLET Wisconsin State Legislative Board - 2014 - January

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Trey Radel plead guilty to cocaine possession charges last year, has decided against seeking his old seat.
Trey Radel resigned from Congress on Monday, following his guilty plea to charges of cocaine possession late last year. Radel, a freshman, initially struck a defiant stance about his political future, despite calls from GOP leadership that he step down in the wake of his conviction. But after a stint in rehab, during which sharks began to gather in the primary and the House Ethics Committee said it would investigate his behavior, Radel wavered and wouldn't say if he'd seek re-election. So it's not surprising that now-perhaps with an ugly poll in his back pocket-he's finally decided to bail. But unlike in the Young race, here the primary is all-important, as Florida's 19th is a safely red seat. (Mitt Romney carried it 61-39.) As alluded above, Radel already had one declared GOP opponent, ex-state Rep. Looming above all these names, though, is the man who served between Goss and Radel: ex-Rep.


BLET Wisconsin State Legislative Board

wislb.org [cached]

Trey Radel plead guilty to cocaine possession charges last year, has decided against seeking his old seat.
Trey Radel resigned from Congress on Monday, following his guilty plea to charges of cocaine possession late last year. Radel, a freshman, initially struck a defiant stance about his political future, despite calls from GOP leadership that he step down in the wake of his conviction. But after a stint in rehab, during which sharks began to gather in the primary and the House Ethics Committee said it would investigate his behavior, Radel wavered and wouldn't say if he'd seek re-election. So it's not surprising that now-perhaps with an ugly poll in his back pocket-he's finally decided to bail. But unlike in the Young race, here the primary is all-important, as Florida's 19th is a safely red seat. (Mitt Romney carried it 61-39.) As alluded above, Radel already had one declared GOP opponent, ex-state Rep. Looming above all these names, though, is the man who served between Goss and Radel: ex-Rep. Trey Radel in the GOP primary, is taking aim at another (potential) candidate, state Senate Majority Leader Lizbeth Benacquisto.


BLET Wisconsin State Legislative Board

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Trey Radel.
Trey Radel, made the stunty move of airing a campaign ad during the Super Bowl. (Locally, of course. Trey Radel plead guilty to cocaine possession charges last year, has decided against seeking his old seat. Trey Radel resigned from Congress on Monday, following his guilty plea to charges of cocaine possession late last year. Radel, a freshman, initially struck a defiant stance about his political future, despite calls from GOP leadership that he step down in the wake of his conviction. But after a stint in rehab, during which sharks began to gather in the primary and the House Ethics Committee said it would investigate his behavior, Radel wavered and wouldn't say if he'd seek re-election. So it's not surprising that nowâ€"perhaps with an ugly poll in his back pocketâ€"he's finally decided to bail. But unlike in the Young race, here the primary is all-important, as Florida's 19th is a safely red seat. (Mitt Romney carried it 61-39.) As alluded above, Radel already had one declared GOP opponent, ex-state Rep. Looming above all these names, though, is the man who served between Goss and Radel: ex-Rep.


BLET Wisconsin State Legislative Board

wislb.org [cached]

Trey Radel.
Trey Radel, made the stunty move of airing a campaign ad during the Super Bowl. (Locally, of course. Trey Radel plead guilty to cocaine possession charges last year, has decided against seeking his old seat. Trey Radel resigned from Congress on Monday, following his guilty plea to charges of cocaine possession late last year. Radel, a freshman, initially struck a defiant stance about his political future, despite calls from GOP leadership that he step down in the wake of his conviction. But after a stint in rehab, during which sharks began to gather in the primary and the House Ethics Committee said it would investigate his behavior, Radel wavered and wouldn't say if he'd seek re-election. So it's not surprising that now-perhaps with an ugly poll in his back pocket-he's finally decided to bail. But unlike in the Young race, here the primary is all-important, as Florida's 19th is a safely red seat. (Mitt Romney carried it 61-39.) As alluded above, Radel already had one declared GOP opponent, ex-state Rep. Looming above all these names, though, is the man who served between Goss and Radel: ex-Rep.


News | Trending Report | Page 10

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Republican Representative Trey Radel, who was charged in November with buying cocaine, resigned from Congress on Monday, saying he could no longer effectively serve the people he represents in southern Florida.
Radel, 37, elected to the House of Representatives in 2012 backed by the conservative Tea Party movement, returned to...


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