Connie Mack's file:
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Republican from Florida

Connie Mack was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in November 2004. Mack, of Fort Myers, lost a U.S. Senate race to Sen. Bill Nelson in 2012. He served in the Florida House of Representatives from 2000 to 2003.

Recent statements involving Connie Mack

Says Connie Mack "wrote a letter to the Department of Transportation in order to get $29 million in stimulus for his congressional district."

"Bill Nelson actually voted in favor of higher taxes 272 times."

Says Connie Mack was "the only member of the Florida delegation that voted against a bill to help NASA."

Says Connie Mack initially said he would have voted "yes" for the Paul Ryan budget plan, and then, "you said it was stupid and you would vote no. And then your folks corrected you, and you changed your position again, yes."

Says Connie Mack’s Penny Plan would cut "over $200 billion out of Medicare, over $1 trillion out of Social Security. ... $3 trillion out of defense."

Recent stories featuring Connie Mack

Greatest hits of Florida's U.S. Senate race:

We review the most significant fact-checks of the race for U.S. Senate between Connie Mack and Bill Nelson.

Did Republicans vote to end Medicare "as we know it"?:

Democrats have deployed this modified attack line in congressional races around the country. But is it more accurate?

New feature creates candidate report cards:

We look at the 2012 Senate race here in Florida.

The truth about congressional pay raises:

How members of Congress found a way to bump up their pay without having to take a vote.

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