Actress Sofia Vergara, via photobucket.com
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This Woman Could Be a Senator’s Wife
By Chris Rovzar
January 14, 2011 at 12:15 PM
Nick Loeb, the "tall and handsome scion to New York's Loeb Rhoades banking fortune," had to abandon his U.S. Senate run in Florida in 2009 because his wife left him. He felt it was unfair to conduct a campaign while dealing with such personal turmoil, so he paid back all his donors (out of his own pocket) and called off the run.
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The Palm Beach Post's Jose Lambiet http://www.page2live.com/ wrote a bit about the Nick Loeb conundrum last year -and his serious car accident in Bel-Air near Sofia Vergara's home-
But then how do you photograph someone's personality?
And a story like this won't stay a secret for long among attention-starved Washington, so The Hill is already saying...
You all know how much I love Sweden, but from the looks of things, given our particular geographical location in the Sunshine State, Colombia looks to have home-field advantage in this one.
And before you ask, I know nothing about the wife of Mike Haridopolos, the Florida Senate President, who has already announced he's running for next year's GOP nomination to run against Nelson.
He looks like he ought to be the number-two at a Hollywood studio and a regular at Laker games, or the lead anchor at an LA TV station: "From the Southland's news leader, Mike Haridopolous, Eye...witness News!"