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Gov. Scott Taps Carlos Beruff To Chair Constitutional Revision Commission

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Florida Governor Rick Scott is naming Carlos Beruff to chair Florida’s Constitutional Revision Commission.

The South Florida Republican real estate developer will be heading up Florida’s 37 member Constitutional Revision Commission when it meets later this year.  Beruff most recently launched a failed bid to unseat U.S. Senator Marco Rubio.  Like Governor Scott and President Donald Trump, Beruff aimed to ride his considerable personal fortune and an anti-establishment message into office.  Now he’ll oversee a group of politicos drafting constitutional changes that will appear on the 2018 ballot.  The commission meets once every 20 years.  

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Nick Evans came to Tallahassee to pursue a masters in communications at Florida State University. He graduated in 2014, but not before picking up an internship at WFSU. While he worked on his degree Nick moved from intern, to part-timer, to full-time reporter. Before moving to Tallahassee, Nick lived in and around the San Francisco Bay Area for 15 years. He listens to far too many podcasts and is a die-hard 49ers football fan. When Nick’s not at work he likes to cook, play music and read.
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