Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen's Public Statements

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Full Name: Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
Current Office: U.S. House - District 27, Republican
First Elected: 08/29/1989
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. House - District 27
General Nov. 4, 2014
Gender: Female
Family: Husband: Dexter; 2 Children: Amanda, Patricia; 2 Stepchildren: Douglas, Katherine
Birth Date: 07/15/1952
Birth Place: Havana, Cuba
Home City: Miami, FL
Religion: Episcopalian
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4/22/13 Assad Continues his Assault on Syrian People, While Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood Tighten Their Grip Despite Persistent Calls for Democratization in Egypt, Says Ros-Lehtinen 4/22/13 Venezuelan and Cuban Regimes Continue Their Assault On Human Rights and Democracy According to Latest State Department Human Rights Report, Says Ros-Lehtinen 4/18/13 Polis, Ros-Lehtinen Reintroduce Student Non-Discrimination Act 4/18/13 Letter to President Obama - Elections in Venezuela 4/18/13 National Day of Silence 4/17/13 Ros-Lehtinen Urges Secretary Kerry Not To Recognize Venezuela Election Results 4/17/13 Ros-Lehtinen Pleased To Support Legislation To Make It Easier For The Public To Read & Understand Federal Legislation 4/16/13 Letter to Secretary John Kerry - Elections in Pakistan 4/15/13 Democratic Principles and Human Rights Continue To Be Under Threat in Venezuela, Ros-Lehtinen Says 4/11/13 Reps. Maloney and Ros-Lehtinen Introduce Bill to Give U.S. Holocaust Survivors Their Day in Court 4/10/13 Honoring the 34th Anniversary of the Taiwan Relations Act 4/09/13 Cuba Continues to Harbor Over 70 Fugitives Wanted by U.S. Law Enforcement Officials, Says Ros-Lehtinen 4/09/13 Letter to President Obama - Department of Agriculture's Food for Peace Program 4/09/13 Response From Federal Agency Exposes Obama Administration's Intent To Consider Any Tourism To Be People to People Exchange, Says Ros-Lehtinen 4/08/13 The Spread of Narco-Terrorism Between African Nations and the Western Hemisphere Pose Threat to U.S. National Security, Ros-Lehtinen Says