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I was proud to pledge my life in defense of our country. That is a commitment which will always live inside of me. I will be humbled and honored to fight for you as your next Congressman from Florida's 18 th congressional district. I will serve you in Congress as I did on the battlefield: without regard for personal gain or personal sacrifice.
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