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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

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24 Jul 2012

Why Obama's Jewish margin in Florida could be critical

TAMARAC, Florida Selma and Kenneth Furst were among the hundreds of thousands of Florida's Jewish voters who helped put Barack Obama in the White House four years ago.

24 Jul 2012

Why Obama's Jewish margin in Florida could be critical

TAMARAC, Florida Selma and Kenneth Furst were among the hundreds of thousands of Florida's Jewish voters who helped put Barack Obama in the White House four years ago.

24 Jul 2012

Jewish voters: By the numbers

TAMARAC, Florida The four states with the largest Jewish populations account for 127 of the 240 Electoral College votes needed to secure the White House:

12 May 2012

FPL opens reinforced hurricane "command center"

RIVIERA BEACH, Florida Twenty years after Hurricane Andrew raked the state, Florida Power & Light, the state's largest utility, dedicated a new $3.8 million storm "command center" on Friday and announced energy-grid reinforcements that officials said will boost emergency planning.

12 May 2012

FPL opens reinforced hurricane "command center"

RIVIERA BEACH, Fla., May 11 Twenty years after Hurricane Andrew raked the state, Florida Power & Light, the state's largest utility, dedicated a new $3.8 million storm "command center" on Friday and announced energy-grid reinforcements that officials said will boost emergency planning.

11 May 2012

Too early to call U.N.-Syria peace plan failure: U.S.

BOCA RATON, Florida It is too early to write off as a failure U.N.-Arab League mediator Kofi Annan's efforts to bring an end to 14-months of violence in Syria, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice said on Thursday.

11 May 2012

Too early to call U.N. Syria peace plan failure - U.S

BOCA RATON, Florida It is too early to write off as a failure U.N.-Arab League mediator Kofi Annan's efforts to bring an end to 14-months of violence in Syria, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice said on Thursday.

01 May 2012

GM CEO - top woman executive a potential successor

PALM BEACH, Florida The boss of General Motors Co said on Monday the U.S. automaker's most senior woman executive is one of his potential successors, adding that women deal with change better than men and GM still has a lot of changes to make since its 2009 bankruptcy and $50 billion (30 billion pounds) government bailout.

01 May 2012

GM CEO: top woman executive a potential successor

PALM BEACH, Florida The boss of General Motors Co said on Monday the automaker's most senior woman executive is one of his potential successors, adding that women deal with change better than men and GM still has a lot of changes to make since its 2009 bankruptcy and $50 billion government bailout.

01 May 2012

GM CEO: top woman executive a potential successor

PALM BEACH, Florida, April 30 The boss of General Motors Co said on Monday the U.S. automaker's most senior woman executive is one of his potential successors, adding that women deal with change better than men and GM still has a lot of changes to make since its 2009 bankruptcy and $50 billion government bailout.

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