Al Jacquet

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Al Jacquet is a Netherlands Antilles-born American politician and lawyer who currently serves as the representative for Florida House of Representatives District 88 as a member of the Democratic Party. He ran for the seat after longtime officeholder Bobby Powell left for the Florida State Senate. Jacquet, who previously served as a commissioner for Delray Beach and as a practicing attorney at law, ran for the seat unopposed in the general election, defeating Edwin Ferguson and Angie Gray in the Democratic primary.[1] Jacquet lives in Lantana, Florida, and graduated from DePauw University and the St. Thomas University School of Law.[2]

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