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. Jacquet lives in Lantana, Florida, and graduated from DePauw University and the St. Thomas University School of Law.
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