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Lawton Mainor Chiles Jr. April 3, — December 12, was an American politician from the U. He served as a United States Senator from to and as the 41st Governor of Florida from to A Korean War veteran, Chiles later returned to Florida for law school and eventually opened his own private practice in Three years later, Chiles entered politics with a successful bid for the Florida House of Representatives in , as a member of the Democratic Party.

Despite 12 years in the Florida Legislature , Chiles was relatively unknown when he decided to bid for United States Senate in He embarked on a 1,mile walk from Pensacola to Key West for his campaign, earning him the nickname "Walkin' Lawton". It was successful and Chiles defeated his opponent William C.

Cramer by a Chiles retired from the United States Senate and from politics entirely in However, supporters convinced him to run for Governor of Florida in against the unpopular incumbent Bob Martinez , and Chiles defeated Martinez by a point margin During his first term as Governor of Florida, Lawton Chiles brought reform to health care in the state and oversaw recovery efforts from Hurricane Andrew in Chiles faced a tough re-election bid in against Jeb Bush , who was a businessman and son of former President of the United States George H.

Chiles prevailed over Bush by fewer than 64, votes. In his second term, Chiles was known for his reforms to education in Florida. On December 12, , he suffered a heart attack and died at the Florida Governor's Mansion , leaving Lieutenant Governor Buddy MacKay to serve the remaining 23 days of Chiles' unexpired term. At the University of Florida, he was active in student politics.

He was a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He graduated in Following his college years, Chiles entered the Korean War , commissioned as an artillery officer in the United States Army.

After the war, Chiles returned to the University of Florida for law school , from which he graduated in ; he passed the state bar exam that year and went into private practice in Lakeland. He married Rhea Grafton. During his time in the state legislature, Chiles continued to work as a lawyer and developer in Lakeland. He was one of the initial investors in the Red Lobster restaurant chain. In , Chiles decided to run for a seat in the United States Senate.

At the time, despite his 12 years in the state legislature, he was largely unknown outside his Lakeland-based district. To generate some media coverage and meet people across the state, Chiles embarked upon a 1,mile, day walk across Florida from Pensacola to Key West.

The walk earned him the recognition he sought, as well as the nickname that would follow him throughout his political career— "Walkin' Lawton". In his journal Chiles wrote that sometimes he walked alone, while other times he met ordinary Floridians along the way.

In later years, Chiles would recall the walk allowed him to see Florida's natural beauty, as well as the state's problems, with fresh eyes. Some Florida reporters said that Chiles enjoyed campaigning much more than governing. In the general election campaign, Chiles faced U. Petersburg , the first Republican to have served in Congress from Florida since Reconstruction.

Cramer, a graduate of Harvard Law School , questioned Chiles's votes as a state senator on several matters regarding insurance. One law increased automobile liability rates by 50 percent over two years, and another raised premiums for school bus insurance, at a time that Chiles's insurance agency in Lakeland held the policy on the Polk County School Board, but such "conflict-of-interest" accusations seemed to have little political effect.

The Tallahassee Democrat forecast correctly that Chiles's "weary feet and comfortable hiking boots" would carry the year-old "slow-country country lawyer" with "boyish amiability", and "back-country common sense and methodical urbane political savvy" to victory.

Cramer could not match Chiles's public appeal. An observer described Cramer's "charisma" as "a speech in the Congressional Record. It's not a sexy thing. Chiles walked our streets and highways to hear what you have to say. That's why a vote for Chiles is like a vote for yourself. Cramer said that he should have demanded more debates and rebuffed the walking tactic: He was walking, and I was running.

But the press was enamored with the walk Every time he was asked a question about where he stood, he would quote somebody that he met on the campaign trail to state what he was to do when he got to the Senate consistent with what that constituent had said. The basic approach gave him more credibility to his walk, which had nothing to do with his qualifications for the Senate but gave him free publicity and appealed to the 'little man.

With ecology a national concern by , Chiles announced his opposition to the Cross Florida Barge Canal , which had originally been supported by every member of the Florida congressional delegation. The project, one-third completed, was cancelled early in and is now a protected green belt corridor.

Chiles endorsed federal funding to remove waste from the bass -teeming Lake Apopka in central Florida. By contrast, Cramer received little credit from environmentalists although he had drafted the Water Pollution Control Act of and had sponsored legislation to protect alligators , stop beach erosion, dredge harbors, and remove oil spills.

Instead, Cramer's critics accused him of having weakened anti-pollution laws. Cramer questioned Chiles's opposition to a proposed severance tax on phosphate mining, which particularly impacted Tampa Bay. Cramer declared that "Liberal Lawton has protected the phosphate industry -- the state's single largest polluter. By , a survey showed Floridians favored limits on development, and 60 percent urged more government funding for conservation.

Chiles relied heavily on his support from the retiring Senator Spessard Holland. Bryant lost the senatorial primary to Chiles. So he's reduced to telling lies about me," Chiles quipped. I'll take Holland on my side against all of them.

Cramer said a Republican-majority Senate would lead to the removal of controversial Senator J. Chiles, however, retorted that if Republicans controlled the Senate other southern Democrats would also forfeit committee chairmanships earned through their seniority.

Chiles was twice re-elected to the U. Senate -- and , both heavily Democratic years. Chiles, never flashy, was considered a moderate lawmaker who rarely made waves. He served as the chairman of the Special Committee on Aging of the 96th Congress —81 , and in the th Congress —89 served as chairman of the influential Senate Budget Committee. In , Chiles underwent quadruple-bypass heart surgery.

After his recovery, he became increasingly frustrated with the slow pace of work in the Senate, complaining that it was too difficult to get anything done. He hence announced in December that he would not seek re-election the next year. After the surgery, Chiles developed clinical depression, [25] and was treated with Prozac. He retired from the Senate in and intended to retire from politics entirely. However, several supporters convinced him to enter the Florida Governor's race against Republican incumbent Bob Martinez.

During the Democratic Party primary, his opponent Bill Nelson attempted to make an issue of Chiles' age and health, a strategy that backfired badly in a state with a large population of retirees. Chiles ran a campaign to "reinvent" the state's government, and defeated Martinez to take office in During his first term as governor, Chiles managed to accomplish very little.

Although he developed ambitious health-care and tax reform packages, neither passed in the hostile state legislature. The early years of his term were troubled by a national economic recession that severely damaged Florida's tourism-based economy, and by Hurricane Andrew , which struck near Homestead in August, Chiles ran for re-election in against Jeb Bush.

He defeated Bush by a narrow 64, vote margin with As of , his victory remains the last by a Democratic candidate in a Florida gubernatorial election. Republican candidate Bush ran a television advertisement which featured the mother of a teenage girl who had been abducted and murdered many years before. The mother stated that "Her killer is still on death row, and we're still waiting for justice.

We won't get it from Lawton Chiles because he's too liberal on crime", referring to Chiles not signing the convicted killer's death warrant. Chiles, then governor, responded that he did not sign a death warrant because the case was still on appeal. The Democratic governor further claimed a record of support for the death penalty, having presided over 18 executions during his two terms among them the first Floridian woman executed since Moreover, after the botched electrocution of Pedro Medina in , and despite significant public criticism, Chiles refused to endorse the use of lethal injection as a lawful form of execution.

The new method was introduced under Bush's administration in after the execution of Allen Lee Davis. Chiles' second term as governor was notable as the first time in state history that a Democratic governor had a legislature controlled by the Republican Party.

In Chiles sought treatment for a neurological problem, after he awoke with nausea, slurred speech and loss of coordination. Ineligible to run a third time, Chiles supported the lieutenant governor , his personal friend Buddy MacKay , in the Florida governor's race against Jeb Bush. Bush, however, scored an easy victory over MacKay. On December 12 that year, just three weeks before his long-awaited retirement was to begin, Chiles suffered a fatal heart attack while exercising on a cycling machine in the Governor's Mansion gymnasium.

Funeral services were held at Faith Presbyterian Church in Tallahassee , following a funeral procession that traced part of his walk from the Senate campaign, from the panhandle town of Century to Tallahassee. Chiles was known as a health care and children's advocate throughout his career. He emphasized health coverage for the uninsured and led a campaign to create the National Commission for Prevention of Infant Mortality in the late s.

In he fought for the creation of regional health care alliances throughout the state, which allow small businesses to pool their health care dollars and broaden coverage while saving money.

He also created the Florida Department of Elder Affairs. In , Chiles appointed a Governor's Commission on Education to examine the state's school system.

One of the significant recommendations that came from that commission eventually led to the highly controversial state constitutional amendment restricting Florida's school class sizes.

State Senator Tom Lee sponsored a bill in support of the tag's creation. The bill passed both houses of the Florida State Legislature in early , but was vetoed by Chiles, who stated that license plates are not the "proper forum for debate" on political issues.

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Chiles relied heavily on his support from the retiring Senator Spessard Holland. Bryant lost the senatorial primary to Chiles. So he's reduced to telling lies about me," Chiles quipped.

I'll take Holland on my side against all of them. Cramer said a Republican-majority Senate would lead to the removal of controversial Senator J. Chiles, however, retorted that if Republicans controlled the Senate other southern Democrats would also forfeit committee chairmanships earned through their seniority.

Chiles was twice re-elected to the U. Senate -- and , both heavily Democratic years. Chiles, never flashy, was considered a moderate lawmaker who rarely made waves.

He served as the chairman of the Special Committee on Aging of the 96th Congress —81 , and in the th Congress —89 served as chairman of the influential Senate Budget Committee.

In , Chiles underwent quadruple-bypass heart surgery. After his recovery, he became increasingly frustrated with the slow pace of work in the Senate, complaining that it was too difficult to get anything done.

He hence announced in December that he would not seek re-election the next year. After the surgery, Chiles developed clinical depression, [25] and was treated with Prozac.

He retired from the Senate in and intended to retire from politics entirely. However, several supporters convinced him to enter the Florida Governor's race against Republican incumbent Bob Martinez. During the Democratic Party primary, his opponent Bill Nelson attempted to make an issue of Chiles' age and health, a strategy that backfired badly in a state with a large population of retirees.

Chiles ran a campaign to "reinvent" the state's government, and defeated Martinez to take office in During his first term as governor, Chiles managed to accomplish very little.

Although he developed ambitious health-care and tax reform packages, neither passed in the hostile state legislature. The early years of his term were troubled by a national economic recession that severely damaged Florida's tourism-based economy, and by Hurricane Andrew , which struck near Homestead in August, Chiles ran for re-election in against Jeb Bush. He defeated Bush by a narrow 64, vote margin with As of , his victory remains the last by a Democratic candidate in a Florida gubernatorial election.

Republican candidate Bush ran a television advertisement which featured the mother of a teenage girl who had been abducted and murdered many years before. The mother stated that "Her killer is still on death row, and we're still waiting for justice. We won't get it from Lawton Chiles because he's too liberal on crime", referring to Chiles not signing the convicted killer's death warrant. Chiles, then governor, responded that he did not sign a death warrant because the case was still on appeal.

The Democratic governor further claimed a record of support for the death penalty, having presided over 18 executions during his two terms among them the first Floridian woman executed since Moreover, after the botched electrocution of Pedro Medina in , and despite significant public criticism, Chiles refused to endorse the use of lethal injection as a lawful form of execution.

The new method was introduced under Bush's administration in after the execution of Allen Lee Davis. Chiles' second term as governor was notable as the first time in state history that a Democratic governor had a legislature controlled by the Republican Party. In Chiles sought treatment for a neurological problem, after he awoke with nausea, slurred speech and loss of coordination. Ineligible to run a third time, Chiles supported the lieutenant governor , his personal friend Buddy MacKay , in the Florida governor's race against Jeb Bush.

Bush, however, scored an easy victory over MacKay. On December 12 that year, just three weeks before his long-awaited retirement was to begin, Chiles suffered a fatal heart attack while exercising on a cycling machine in the Governor's Mansion gymnasium.

Funeral services were held at Faith Presbyterian Church in Tallahassee , following a funeral procession that traced part of his walk from the Senate campaign, from the panhandle town of Century to Tallahassee. Chiles was known as a health care and children's advocate throughout his career. He emphasized health coverage for the uninsured and led a campaign to create the National Commission for Prevention of Infant Mortality in the late s.

In he fought for the creation of regional health care alliances throughout the state, which allow small businesses to pool their health care dollars and broaden coverage while saving money. He also created the Florida Department of Elder Affairs. In , Chiles appointed a Governor's Commission on Education to examine the state's school system. One of the significant recommendations that came from that commission eventually led to the highly controversial state constitutional amendment restricting Florida's school class sizes.

State Senator Tom Lee sponsored a bill in support of the tag's creation. The bill passed both houses of the Florida State Legislature in early , but was vetoed by Chiles, who stated that license plates are not the "proper forum for debate" on political issues.

Perhaps his greatest legacy was his impact on the Florida Supreme Court , where his appointments continued to have a major impact on state and national events long after Chiles' death. Chiles appointed Justice Major B. Harding in , Justice Charles T. Pariente in , and Justice R.

Fred Lewis in Jeb Bush jointly appointed Justice Peggy A. Quince in just a few days before Chiles' death. Quince was jointly appointed because her term as Justice would begin the exact moment that Bush's first term as governor began, so there was a legal question which governor had the authority to appoint her. Bush and Chiles agreed to make a joint appointment to avoid a lawsuit over the question.

Thus, at one point, Chiles had appointed five of the seven Justices and had jointly appointed the sixth. Chiles' appointments formed the Supreme Court majorities that decided the following major cases:.

Hagan is the daughter of Chiles' sister Jeannette. Chiles' son, "Bud" Chiles, ran for the position of Governor of Florida without party affiliation in a grassroots campaign. Like his father, Bud embarked on a walking tour of the state, listening and visiting with local communities in Florida. Florida United States Senate election, Florida gubernatorial election, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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