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Bob Buckhorn is making his second run for mayor in Tampa's nonpartisan elections on March 1, 2011. He previously served on the City Council from 1995-2003.

Recent statements involving Bob Buckhorn

The unemployment rate is declining faster in Tampa "than almost anywhere else."

"One international flight a day in a wide-bodied jet ... one flight daily generates $150 million a year and approximately 2,300 jobs."

"There was no panhandling when I left office."

Recent stories featuring Bob Buckhorn

At the midpoint: Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn's campaign promises:

We use the Buck-O-Meter to check in on Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn's campaign promises

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn: His campaign promises at the 1-year mark:

We crank up the Buck-O-Meter to see how Bob Buckhorn is doing at keeping his campaign promises now that he's been mayor of Tampa for one year. 

How's Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn doing on the Buck-O-Meter?:

We look at the mayor's campaign promises on police and public safety as he nears his one-year anniversary in office.

Mayor Bob Buckhorn's $765.4M budget delivers two Promises Kept:

Mayor Bob Buckhorn looks at the $765.4 million Tampa budget and sees no tax increase, no layoffs and no gaping holes. The Buck-O-Meter looks at the budget and sees two Promises Kept.

Introducing the Buck-O-Meter:

The Buck-O-Meter will track new Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn’s performance on each of his campaign promises — we’ve identified 33 so far.

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