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Mike Haridopolos gets some new blood

After losing his staff chief, spokesman, aide and U.S. Senate campaign, it finally looks like the slow-bleed in Senate President Mike Haridopolos' office is ending with the hire of Taylor Biehl, his new legislative aide.

Here's his bio: 

After having received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Florida, Taylor Biehl served as the Special Projects Coordinator to Public Concepts, LLC, conducting detailed analysis of precincts and voter trends, assisting in the development of political messages, and assisting on the successful campaign of Ronda Storms for State Senator. Taylor has served as the Special Assistant to State Senator Mike Haridopolos. Taylor also served as the Director of Governmental Affairs for the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association where he led a succussful lobbying campaign implementing the association's agenda. Most recently, Taylor served as an associate at Uhlfelder & Associates, P.A., where he represented the interests of the largest Fortune 500 companies, including UPS, Tenet Healthcare, Kaplan (a subsidiary of the Washington Post), and Pearson Education.

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