FATHER AND SON: Florida Senate President Andy Gardiner, R- Orlando, gives his son Andrew Jr., 11, a kiss in his office, March 3, 2015, prior to the start of the annual Florida Legislative session in Tallahassee.
FATHER AND SON: Florida Senate President Andy Gardiner, R- Orlando, gives his son Andrew Jr., 11, a kiss in his office, March 3, 2015, prior to the start of the annual Florida Legislative session in Tallahassee. SCOTT KEELER Tampa Bay Times
FATHER AND SON: Florida Senate President Andy Gardiner, R- Orlando, gives his son Andrew Jr., 11, a kiss in his office, March 3, 2015, prior to the start of the annual Florida Legislative session in Tallahassee. SCOTT KEELER Tampa Bay Times

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