Politics & Government

February 28, 2009 12:00 AM

Senate chief has politics in his blood

TALLAHASSEE — When friends say Senate President Jeff Atwater has Florida politics in his blood, they’re not just talking in metaphors. Governor No. 19, Napoleon Bonaparte Broward (1905-1909), is his great-grandfather. Governor No. 23, Cary Hardee (1921-1925), is his great-uncle.

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