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Federal subpoena demands records on Andrew Gillum and his campaign for governor

Andrew Gillum is a focal point of a recently issued federal grand jury subpoena that demands information on the former Democratic candidate for governor, his campaign, his political committee, a wealthy donor, a charity he worked for and a former employer. The subpoena, obtained by the Tampa Bay Times and previously unreported, could reflect a new level…
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Ethics Panel moving forward on Andrew Gillum’s corruption

MIAMI, FLORIDA — After a settlement was reached last month, the Florida Commission on Ethics is scheduled June 7 to again take up a case involving 2018 Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum. The commission on Wednesday released an agenda for the meeting, which will include numerous cases from across the state. In January, the commission…
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Gillum called-out by Florida campaign donor for unspent campaign money

TALLAHASSEE — An influential Florida donor took shots on Thursday at Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum for leaving millions of dollars in the bank ahead of his narrow loss last November to eventual winner Ron DeSantis. John Morgan, a well-known Orlando trial attorney who successfully backed an initiative to legalize medical marijuana, chided Gillum on…
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Andrew Gillum’s Corruptions Strikes the Supreme Court

ndrew Gillum won’t be joining the crowded field of contenders for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, but that does not mean that he has gone to the sidelines. The Floridian, who narrowly lost a tight race for governor of the nation’s third-largest state in 2018, is preparing to take the lead in shaping a vital discussion in…
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Andrew Gillum rebuked by ethics panel for ‘less than credibly reasonable judgment’

JACKSONVILLE — Former Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum “should have known better” than to take a trip to Costa Rica with a lobbyist and his clients, a prosecutor for Florida’s ethics commission told commissioners in a scathing report last week. In recommending commissioners pursue ethics allegations against the former Democratic nominee for governor, Elizabeth Miller said…
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Andrew Gillum: Northam should resign, but ‘people shouldn’t be judged forever by their worst day’

Former Democratic Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum said Monday that he believes Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) should resign, adding that he must put forward a substantive plan for the future if he intends to remain in office. Gillum, the former Tallahassee mayor who is now a CNN contributor, said on the network’s “New Day” that Northam’s…
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Andrew Gillum, in his own words, on ethics allegations: Here’s what we learned

FBI made “no real asks” until the end Gillum first met with a trio of purported businessmen who were actually undercover FBI agents on May 16, 2016, at The Edison. Corey invited Gillum to the meeting while the two of them were in Costa Rica, though Gillum said there was little discussion of the meeting during…
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Andrew Gillum Concedes

Andrew Gillum takes days after Losing to Officially Concede

Andrew Gillum concedes for a second time, reluctantly congratulating Ron DeSantis for becoming governor. A contentious recount in both the gubernatorial and Senate contests followed, but DeSantis never relinquished his lead over Gillum. Thursday at 3 p.m. ET was the deadline for Florida counties to complete machine recounts, which had DeSantis leading by a margin greater…
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