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Record Group Number: 000106
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Creator: Florida. Governor (1991-1998 : Chiles)
Title, Dates: Governor (1991-1998 : Chiles) record group.
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Biographical/Historical Note:     Lawton Mainor Chiles, the forty-first Governor of Florida, began his gubernatorial term in 1991 after defeating incumbent Governor Bob Martinez.  Chiles served in the State House (1959-1966) and Senate (1966-1970).  Prior to being elected Governor, he had served in the United State Senate from 1970 to 1989.  Chiles died in December 1998, shortly before completing his second term as Governor.
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