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Meet Kionne

Kionne McGhee is your State Representative for Florida House District 117, and the Minority Leader in the Florida House of Representatives. After growing up in South Dade public housing, Kionne went on to earn a bachelors degree from Howard University and a Juris Doctorate from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law. He is an accomplished attorney and the author of the best selling-book “Conquering Hope: The Life You Were Destined to Live.”

Commissioner Dennis Moss Endorses Kionne McGhee

Statement from Commissioner Dennis C. Moss

“Representative Kionne McGhee has shown the leadership and commitment needed to move South Dade Forward as I leave the County Commission. He understands the issues that the people of District 9 are experiencing.”

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Florida Politics: “The system gave up on Kionne McGhee, but he held onto his dreams”

The chat with the guidance counselor had gone well. Young Kionne McGhee, a student at Miami-Dade Community College, had ridden a Greyhound bus to Washington. He wanted to transfer to Howard University. But first, he would have to show that his ability and the dismal scores that claimed to measure it were light-years apart.

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Latest Update

Florida Politics: “The system gave up on Kionne McGhee, but he held onto his dreams”

The chat with the guidance counselor had gone well. Young Kionne McGhee, a student at Miami-Dade Community College, had ridden a Greyhound bus to Washington. He wanted to transfer to Howard University. But first, he would have to show that his ability and the dismal scores that claimed to measure it were light-years apart.

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