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Name: Maria Salazar
Home State: Florida
Political Philosophy: Moderate Liberal

Birth Year: 1961
Education Level: Master's Degree
Previous Occupation: Journalism/Entertainment
Wealth: Middle Class

Race: Hispanic or Latino
Gender: Female
Religion: Christian (Catholic)
Family Structure: Straight, married with < 3 children
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María Elvira Salazar (born November 1, 1961) is an American journalist, author, and politician serving as the U.S. representative for Florida's 27th congressional district. She is a Republican assistant whip.[1] Before entering politics, Salazar worked for the Spanish-language network Telemundo for three decades after serving as a news anchor for Miami-based Mega TV. She has also worked for CNN Español and Univision.

Salazar was the Republican nominee for Congress in 2018, losing to Donna Shalala. She won the 2020 rematch with 51.4% of the vote to Shalala's 48.6%. Salazar's term in office began on January 3, 2021, and she was scheduled to be sworn in to the 117th United States Congress that day, but was diagnosed with COVID-19 shortly before the start of the term, and was sworn in on January 12 instead.[2]


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17 hours ago, Bruce said:

Name: Maria Salazar
Home State: Florida
Political Philosophy: Moderate Liberal

 


Birth Year: 1961
Education Level: Master's Degree
Previous Occupation: Journalism/Entertainment
Wealth: Middle Class

 

 


Race: Hispanic or Latino
Gender: Female
Religion: Christian (Catholic)
Family Structure: Straight, married with < 3 children
Traits:

 

 


 

 

María Elvira Salazar (born November 1, 1961) is an American journalist, author, and politician serving as the U.S. representative for Florida's 27th congressional district. She is a Republican assistant whip.[1] Before entering politics, Salazar worked for the Spanish-language network Telemundo for three decades after serving as a news anchor for Miami-based Mega TV. She has also worked for CNN Español and Univision.

 

Salazar was the Republican nominee for Congress in 2018, losing to Donna Shalala. She won the 2020 rematch with 51.4% of the vote to Shalala's 48.6%. Salazar's term in office began on January 3, 2021, and she was scheduled to be sworn in to the 117th United States Congress that day, but was diagnosed with COVID-19 shortly before the start of the term, and was sworn in on January 12 instead.[2]

 

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