Jeff Greene's file:

Democrat from Florida

Jeff Greene, a wealthy businessman from Palm Beach, campaigned for the U.S. Senate and was defeated in the Democratic primary on Aug. 24, 2010.

Recent statements involving Jeff Greene

"Seventy bills [Kendrick Meek] authored, not one of them has passed."  

On lifting the U.S. Cuban embargo and allowing travel to Cuba.

"Warren Buffett called credit default swaps financial weapons of mass destruction. And Greene was the first individual to use them."

Jeff Greene on why he went Cuba.

"Kendrick Meek was named one of the two most corrupt Democrats in Congress by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington."

Recent stories featuring Jeff Greene

PolitiFact Florida wins two Green Eyeshade awards:

See the five fact checks that we submitted to the judges.

Florida 2010 primary: Sorting through those attack ads:

Fueled by unprecedented amounts of money and a bottomless barrel of attacks, the primary campaigns for governor and U.S. Senate have trapped Floridians in two escalating TV ad wars.

Fact-checking the Kendrick Meek/Jeff Greene debate:

The Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate debated for the first time this week, and sparks flew.

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