Florida Attorney General candidate Sean Shaw picks up Joe Biden's endorsement


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Announced this morning, former Vice President Joe Biden is throwing his support behind state Rep. Sean Shaw in his bid for state attorney general.

In a news release, Biden described Shaw as "a fighter, with a proven track record of standing up for the little guy."

Though former President Barack Obama didn't include Shaw among a string of Florida endorsements earlier this month, Biden's former ticket-mate gave the nod of approval to Democratic gubernatorial
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 candidate and Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum; U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson; congressional candidates Stephanie Murphy, Chris Hunter, Nancy Soderberg and Debbie Mucarsel-Powell; state Senate candidates Janet Cruz, Annette Taddeo and David Perez; and state House candidates Nick Duran and Javier Fernandez. 

Shaw is facing off against Hillsborough Circuit Court Judge Ashley Moody, a Republican, in the Nov. 6 election. The winner will replace Attorney General Pam Bondi, who's term-limited.

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