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An ex-Cop, Professor and Politician Among Those Vying for Fla. U.S. Atty. Post

This is a rather large field of candidates. All around the country, people are jockeying for U.S. Attorney posts, politicking and making phone calls to try and get the edge.

State Rep. Michael Scionti among candidates

State Rep. Michael Scionti among candidates

By Robbyn Mitchell
St. Petersburg Times
TAMPA — A politician, a professor, a former police officer and former federal prosecutors have all applied to replace A. Brian Albritton as U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Florida, according to records released Tuesday.

Among 11 contenders for U.S. attorney are state Rep. Michael Scionti D-Tampa; lawyer Herbert Berkowitz; Roger B. Handberg, chief assistant to the U.S. attorney in Orlando; Harry Shorstein, retired state attorney from Jacksonville; and Robert O’Neill, who served as interim U.S. attorney until Albritton took over on Oct. 15.

The other candidates are Marcus A. Christian, Thomas K. Equels, John Z. Pare, Mike Peacock, Michael Seigel and Sandra Wiseman.

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