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Al Jacquet '02 Running for City Commissioner in Florida

Al Jacquet '02 Running for City Commissioner in Florida

October 19, 2011

102946October 19, 2011, Greencastle, Ind. — "The city is becoming very youthful," says Al Jacquet, a 2002 DePauw University graduate who has announced his candidacy for city commissioner in Delray Beach, Florida. "There are a lot of young professionals. As a young attorney, I’m the right person to see the city into the next chapter." (at left: Jacquet in his student days as a member of the Tiger football team)

A story in the Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel notes, "Jacquet, an attorney and legislative assistant to Rep. Mack Bernard, D-West Palm Beach, dp newspapersaid he is motivated to run by the turning economy and a changing Delray Beach ... Jacquet, who speaks four languages, studied economics at Depauw University in Indiana and University of Westminster in London. He graduated with a law degree from St. Thomas University in Miami where Dean Bob Butterworth sparked his interest in public service."

Read more at the newspaper's website.