Former Federal Prosecutor Running for State Attorney in Hillsborough
Andrew Warren says that he prosecuted “high profile fraud and abuse cases.”
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY – Andrew Warren has announced his bid to run for State Attorney in the 13th judicial district, which encompasses Hillsborough County.
“I’ve been talking with community leaders, friends, and family about how I can best continue to serve and where we can do better for Hillsborough. As my daughters grow up, I know firsthand that every family deserves a safe place to raise their kids and build a future. For nearly a decade, I’ve been working for the United States Department of Justice to protect our community, and I would continue to bring my full commitment to protecting every family in our communities as your next state attorney” Warren said.
Warren worked for the U.S. Department of Justice protecting seniors and families by prosecuting high profile fraud and abuse cases. He has been awarded for his service over a distinguished career bringing justice to some of Florida’s most vulnerable citizens.
“It was a privilege and an honor each and every day to represent the United States” Warren said. “I would be honored to continue my service as our next State Attorney. I’ll work hard every day to keep our families safe and defend victim’s rights.”
The 13th judicial district state attorney’s position is currently held by Mark Ober, who was first elected in 2000. He was re-elected in August 2004 by the largest margin ever. He was again elected, without opposition, for the terms beginning January 2009 and January 2013.
The office has 300 employees, including 130 attorneys and 12 investigators. The state attorney is responsible for proosecuting criminals throughout Hillsborough County, encompassing the city of Tampa, Temple Terrace and Plant City.
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