Karen Seel

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Karen Seel
Born Clearwater, Florida
Education University of Florida
American University
Occupation Public Servant
Spouse(s) Ron Seel

Karen Seel is the District 5 Commissioner in Pinellas County, FL.

Seel was appointed to the board in 1999 by Governor Jeb Bush to fill an unexpired term. She was first elected in 2000 to a four year term and again in 2004. Seel attended the University of Florida for her Bachelors degree. In addition she earned her Masters in Business Administration from American University.

Seel is rumored to be a potential candidate to replace Florida's 10th congressional district Congressman Bill Young, who is retiring after the 2014 elections.[1]

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  1. ^ "St. Petersburg Times, 11/19/06". 

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