Corrine Brown, D-Jacksonville, at a House Veterans Affairs Committee hearing in July. She appeared in the Florida Capitol on Thursday, Aug. 13, to try to persuade legislators not to radically change the boundaries of her district, which was constructed in 1992 to favor African-American voters.
Corrine Brown, D-Jacksonville, at a House Veterans Affairs Committee hearing in July. She appeared in the Florida Capitol on Thursday, Aug. 13, to try to persuade legislators not to radically change the boundaries of her district, which was constructed in 1992 to favor African-American voters. Cliff Owen AP
Corrine Brown, D-Jacksonville, at a House Veterans Affairs Committee hearing in July. She appeared in the Florida Capitol on Thursday, Aug. 13, to try to persuade legislators not to radically change the boundaries of her district, which was constructed in 1992 to favor African-American voters. Cliff Owen AP

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