Mary Lou Ambrose, in her facebook post, says:
There is some concern among Democrats about the candidates running for the Florida Primary for US Senate. Patrick Murphy seems like a Republican and seems to have some problems sharing his background with Voters. Alan Grayson is a great Progressive but carries a lot of baggage. But there is another candidate in that race - PAM KEITH. The Media has done a great job of ignoring her but she may be the best Candidate.
Pam will speak at the Largo Club membership meeting on July 18th.
Please join us as this may be your only opportunity to hear one of our U S Senate candidates this up-close and personal. I've met Pam, and heard her speak many times, and I know she will impress you as much as she did me. [Admin]
From The Buzz (TBT): "Pam Keith: the U.S. Senate candidate you have't heard of" by Kirby Wilson
..."Democrat Pam Keith, doesn't have a statewide profile, a huge fundraising purse or a single day of experience as an elected public servant.
But don't call Keith a fringe candidate. She wants your vote in the 2016 U.S. Senate election anyway.
In Keith's eyes, her life has given her all the experience she needs. The daughter of Kenton Keith, a U.S. diplomat, Keith, 46, has traveled the world. Growing up, she at various times lived in Turkey, Morocco, Syria, Kentucky, Brazil and California. After graduating from Boston College Law School, she joined the Navy, serving as a JAG in Norfolk, VA and Bahrain. She achieved the rank of Lieutenant before leaving the service in 1999 for a position at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, a high-powered Washington, D.C. law firm. Since then, her law career has taken her around the country. She settled in Florida in 2011 when she took a job as in-house counsel for Florida Light & Power, and energy company based in Juno Beach.
“I have spent a lifetime being exposed to, educating myself to the issues that we face,” Keith said, citing her law record, her military service and policy talks she held with her now-retired father. “I know what our military needs, what our veterans need. I have a lot of good ideas.”