Vern Buchanan

Vern Buchanan

FLORIDA's 16th DISTRICT

Buchanan Speaks at Groundbreaking of New VA Facility

2017/05/22

RIVERVIEW — Congressman Vern Buchanan spoke today at the groundbreaking of a new clinic for veterans in southern Hillsborough County.

Buchanan speaks at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new VA clinic in Hillsborough County.

Located in Riverview, the South Hillsborough County Community Based Outpatient Clinic is expected to serve about 10,000 patients every year when it opens in the spring of 2019. It will be Hillsborough County’s first VA community outpatient clinic.

“This center will go a long way toward delivering timely and quality care closer to home for Hillsborough’s veterans,” Buchanan said. “Our veterans should not be forced to fight traffic to get the care and services they deserve. I’m honored to represent more than 70,000 veterans and be here today to break ground on our community’s new outpatient clinic.”

The 50,000-square-foot clinic will provide patients with primary care, mental and behavioral health treatment, physical therapy, lab and telemedicine services. The clinic will also have a pharmacy and offer radiology, audiology, MRIs, CT scans, ultrasounds and X-rays.

The clinic is being built with $44.5 million in federal funding that Congressman Vern Buchanan supported. Construction on the clinic will start this summer, and is expected to be completed in the summer of 2018 according to the VA.

Buchanan was joined by officials from U.S. Central Command, the James A. Haley VA Medical Center in Tampa, the Riverview Chamber of Commerce, local veterans organizations and more.

Currently, veterans in the Hillsborough area are forced travel nearly an hour to the James A. Haley VA Medical Center in Tampa.


The soon-to-be-built VA clinic in Hillsborough County, provided by the VA

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Southwest Florida Gets $6 Million in Federal Drug Funds

2017/05/18

WASHINGTON — Congressman Vern Buchanan said today the state’s distribution of federal anti-drug funds will help Sarasota, Manatee and Hillsborough counties fight a deadly heroin and opioid epidemic sweeping through the region.

The new funding was allocated to seven “managing entities” – groups selected by the governor to distribute $18 million for treatment of people with substance abuse problems. Roughly $6 million will be divided among 14 counties in Southwest Florida that include Sarasota, Manatee and Hillsborough.

“The drug epidemic has hit our region harder than any other and I wanted to make sure we received funding to address the problem,” Buchanan said.

Buchanan wrote to Gov. Rick Scott last month about the dire need for his district to receive funding.

The funding is part of a $485 million national allocation included in the 21st Century Cures Act, which Buchanan supported. Florida received $27 million in federal aid, of which $18 million was allocated to communities to provide treatment for individuals with addiction problems. The remaining $9 million will be used to purchase naloxone kits, hire behavioral health specialists and for other anti-drug services. 

The 21st Century Cures Act was signed into law by President Obama in December 2016. The law directs $500 million to anti-drug program grants within the Department of Health and Human Services. These programs take a multi-pronged approach to tackling drug problems by beefing up drug abuse treatment and prevention, training health care practitioners in best prescribing practices, and improving prescription monitoring.

The funding level was widely supported by both parties.  


Grim statistics show the depth of the Suncoast area’s drug problems. According to the Florida Medical Examiners Commission:

  • Manatee County had the highest number of cocaine deaths per capita in 2015 and 2014 of all 67 counties.
  • Manatee had the highest number of Florida morphine deaths per capita in 2015 and 2014.
  • Manatee had the highest number of Florida heroin deaths per capita in the state in 2015 and 2014.
  • Manatee and Sarasota counties had the highest and second-highest number of fentanyl-related deaths per capita in the state in 2015.
  • Manatee had the highest number of fentanyl-related deaths per capita in the state in 2014.

Heroin deaths in Florida spiked 80 percent in 2015 compared to the year prior, according to the latest data made available by the state’s medical examiners commission. The same report also cited the fact that statewide, fentanyl-related deaths increased by more than 77 percent from 2014 to 2015.

The new funding allocations were released by the Florida Department of Children and Families.


The Congressman has been an active leader in addressing the opioid crisis in Florida. Earlier this year, Buchanan announced that he has co-sponsored the STOP Act (Synthetics Trafficking and Overdose Prevention Act) – legislation that will toughen screening of overseas shipments of deadly synthetic drugs coming into the United States.

In March, Buchanan hosted a meeting of the area’s top hospital executives about the problem. Last May, Buchanan chaired a hearing examining the impact of addiction on kids. He also hosted a roundtable in Bradenton, Fla. with local police officers, medical professionals and stakeholders. Buchanan also chaired a meeting of the bipartisan 29-member Florida congressional delegation in Washington, DC where members heard testimony from anti-drug experts. Buchanan serves as co-chair of the Florida delegation. In 2014, the Food and Drug Administration and the Drug Enforcement Administration adopted Buchanan’s proposal to make it more difficult for abusers to obtain certain highly addictive narcotics.  

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JUST NOW: House Passes Buchanan’s Thin Blue Line Act

2017/05/18

Ambush-Style Killings Jumped 167 Percent in 2016

WASHINGTON –The U.S. House today passed Congressman Vern Buchanan’s legislation to toughen penalties against cop killers.

Buchanan’s Thin Blue Line Act would make the murder or attempted murder of a police officer, firefighter or other first responder an “aggravating” factor in death penalty determinations. The bill, approved by the House in a 271-143 vote, now goes to the Senate for consideration.

“America’s police officers and first responders are the first ones on scene to help those in harm’s way,” Buchanan said. “These brave men and women and their families put it all on the line and deserve our unwavering support. Getting this bill signed into law will protect those who serve our communities and send a clear message: targeting or killing our first responders will not be tolerated.”  

This is Buchanan’s second bill of 2017 to pass the U.S. House. His What Works To Move Welfare Recipients into Jobs Act was recently signed into law.

Several Suncoast police chiefs and sheriffs expressed their support for Buchanan’s bill, including the Sarasota County and Hillsborough County sheriff’s offices, Sarasota Police Department, Bradenton Police Department, Palmetto Police Department and Holmes Beach Police Department.

“The millions of brave men and women who go to work every day as first-responders and police officers should not be targeted solely because of the profession they have chosen or the uniform they wear,” Holmes Beach Police Chief William L. Tokajer said. “As a police chief and a law enforcement officer who has been shot in the line of duty, I truly want to thank Congressman Buchanan for having our back, it means more than you’ll ever know to the officer and their families.”

There have been 50 line-of-duty deaths so far this year, a 39 percent spike from this time in 2016, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

That increase comes on top of last year’s jump in ambush-style killings of law enforcement officers, which spiked 167 percent compared to 2015, according to the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO).

“Every day, men and women in law enforcement choose to put their lives on the line to protect others while leaving family members at home to worry if their loved one will return safely,” Sarasota Police Department Chief Bernadette DiPino said. “The Thin Blue Line Act will take a strong stand against violence to police officers and show criminals their actions will not be tolerated.”

More than a dozen state and national first responder organizations back Buchanan’s bill, including NAPO, National Fraternal Order of Police, Major Counties Sheriffs of America, American Federation of Government Employees and others.

Buchanan also praised former U.S. Rep. David Jolly who introduced the bill in the 114th Congress.

“Establishing stricter penalties for those who harm or target law enforcement officers will deter crime,” NAPO Executive Director William J. Johnson said. “Any persons contemplating harming an officer must know that they will face serious punishments.”

The Thin Blue Line Act would be applicable whether the person is murdered on duty, because of the performance of their duty, or because of their status as a public official. It covers federal, state and local police officers, firefighters and first responders. The only requirement is that the homicide involve federal jurisdiction, such as the interstate homicide of an officer, or an officer killed on federal land, or while serving as part of a joint task force.

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ADVISORY: House to Vote Tomorrow on Buchanan’s Thin Blue Line Act

2017/05/17

WASHINGTON – The U.S. House is scheduled to vote tomorrow on Congressman Vern Buchanan’s legislation to toughen penalties against cop killers.

Buchanan’s Thin Blue Line Act would make the murder or attempted murder of a police officer, firefighter or other first responder an “aggravating” factor in death penalty determinations.

House action on Buchanan’s bill arrives as the nation honors law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty during National Police Week, which began Monday. National Police Week is a tradition dating back to 1962 when President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation that recognized all fallen officers and their service to the community. 

“We owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to police officers and first responders across the country,” Buchanan said. “This bill will serve as a strong deterrent to anyone planning an attack against our brave men and women in uniform who protect and serve their communities.”

The number of police officer deaths from shootings increased 56 percent nationally in 2016, according to a report by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

Additionally, in 2016 alone, ambush-style killings of law enforcement officers increased by 167 percent, according to the National Association of Police Organizations.

The Thin Blue Line Act would be applicable whether the person is murdered on duty, because of the performance of their duty, or because of their status as a public official. It covers federal, state and local police officers, firefighters and first responders. The only requirement is that the homicide involve federal jurisdiction, such as the interstate homicide of an officer, or an officer killed on federal land, or while serving as part of a joint task force.

Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., this month introduced companion legislation in the U.S. Senate.

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Congressional Art Competition Winners Announced

2017/05/12

SARASOTA – U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan announced today the winners of the 2017 High School Congressional Art Competition, a district-wide showcase for young artists.

The first-place winner of the annual competition was Morgan Mulholland of Lakewood Ranch High School. 

“I’m impressed by the exceptional talent of every high schooler who submitted artwork for this year’s competition. It’s clear that students from the 16th Congressional District have an endless amount of creativity and skill,” Buchanan said. “Morgan’s art will be placed on display in the U.S. Capitol and Ana’s art will be displayed in my Washington, D.C. office.”

Ringling Museum Associate Curator of Photography and Special Exhibitions Chris Jones, Chief Preparator and Artist Keith Crowley and Chief Graphic Designer and Artist Libby Bennett judged the entries from Sarasota, Manatee and Hillsborough counties. This year there were 39 students who participated in the contest. The winning entry, Mulholland’s “Maybelline,” will be showcased for one year in the highly traveled corridor between the U.S. Capitol and the Cannon House Office Building. 

The Lakewood Ranch High School student will receive roundtrip airfare to Washington to attend the Congressional Reception in June.

For the second year in a row, the 16th Congressional District’s contest included a separate recognition – the “Facebook Fan Favorite” Award – awarded to the student whose artwork won the highest number of likes and shares combined on the Congressman’s Facebook page. Ana Tavares of Sarasota High School was this year’s Facebook Fan Favorite winner with her piece “Out of the Wood.”

The Congressional Art Competition is a nationwide high school visual art competition. Since the competition began in 1982, more than 650,000 students have participated.

The full list of winners include: 

  • First Place – Morgan Mulholland, “Maybelline,” watercolor, Lakewood Ranch High School in Bradenton.
  • Second Place – Kristyn Weaver, “Untitled,” photography, Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School in Bradenton.
  • Third Place – Ginger Haggbloom, “Ignited,” digital photography, Newsome High School in Lithia.
  • The “Facebook Fan Favorite” Award – Ana Tavares, “Out of the Wood,” acrylic, Sarasota High School in Sarasota.

The second and third place winners’ art work, as well as the honorable mentions’ submissions, will remain on display in the Johnson-Blalock Education Center at the Ringling Museum until the fall of 2017.

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Buchanan Legislation to Be Signed Into Law Today

2017/05/05

WASHINGTON — Congressman Vern Buchanan’s legislation to help welfare recipients find jobs will be signed into law today by President Trump. 

Buchanan’s bill, which was included in a sweeping government funding bill, directs the U.S. Departments of Labor and Health and Human Services to create a database of state practices that have proved successful in helping people leave welfare. Those best practices would then be made available to officials in all 50 states to be duplicated.

This is Buchanan’s first bill of 2017 to be signed into law. He first introduced the What Works to Move Welfare Recipients into Jobs Act in 2016, and re-introduced it this January.

“A job lifts people out of poverty and gives them hope and independence,” Buchanan said. “We need to find out what’s working around the country so struggling states can copy the successful approaches their neighbors are using.”

The clearinghouse created by Buchanan’s bill would showcase state approaches that have been proven to help people get off the federal government's major welfare program – the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, TANF. The bill provides $10 million for the Census Bureau to develop data on how different approaches affect marriage, work and the well-being of children.

Nationally, 3.7 million people are on TANF and the U.S. spends about $16.5 billion on the program. In Florida, about 80,000 people receive TANF and the state’s TANF block grant is about $562 million each year.

“I want to help people find good-paying jobs and move out of welfare and into employment,” Buchanan said. “My legislation will provide a guidepost across the country for those who want to enter the workforce and become self-sufficient.”

Buchanan, a senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee, wrote four bills that were signed into law during the last session of Congress.

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Rep. Buchanan Supports American Health Care Act

2017/05/04

Keeps Best of Current Health System

WASHINGTON — Congressman Vern Buchanan released the following statement today after voting for the American Health Care Act, which passed the U.S. House 217-213.

“This legislation will lower premiums, give people greater choice and drive down the cost of health care,” Buchanan said. “It ends the punishing mandates that force people to buy insurance under threat of steep government penalties, while keeping coverage for the most vulnerable.”

Buchanan noted that for the 7 percent of Americans who receive health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, pre-existing conditions will continue to be covered. In addition, their children can remain on their plan until age 26 and there can be no lifetime caps on coverage.

Most Americans receive health care through employer-based plans or Medicare.

Today’s vote sends the measure to the U.S. Senate.

Many health experts have concluded the current government-run program is not sustainable and that it already has begun to collapse. Just this week, Aetna pulled out of Virginia’s insurance exchange. Aetna’s chief executive warned in February that ObamaCare was in a “death spiral” and that “it’s not going to get any better, it’s getting worse.” United Health Group and Humana, the country’s largest and third-largest healthcare companies, have also pulled out of most ObamaCare insurance exchanges.

Health insurance premiums rose an average of 25 percent nationally this year, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. And one-third of U.S. counties only have one insurer left in the ACA exchanges, leaving Americans in those areas with no choice at all. Seven states this year saw the average price of a plan rise by more than 50 percent.

Buchanan was pleased that the final version of the bill includes additional resources to help many older people with pre-existing conditions pay for their insurance.

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Buchanan, Wasserman Schultz Bill Bans Drilling

2017/05/01

WASHINGTON — Rep. Vern Buchanan announced he is introducing legislation today with Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz to protect Florida’s coastlines from devastating oil spills.

“Florida’s beaches are vital to our economy and way of life,” Buchanan said. “Our coastal communities depend on a clean and healthy ocean.”

Specifically, the Marine Oil Spill Prevention Act would extend by five years a ban on oil drilling off much of Florida’s Gulf coast until 2027. The current moratorium, which bans oil drilling within 125 miles of most of the Gulf, is set to expire on June 30, 2022.

The legislation also makes the oil company responsible for a spill pay for cleanup efforts and provides grant funding to states. Currently oil companies are only held accountable for oil spill cleanup if the oil is transported in a single-hull vessel.

“Our coastline and pristine beaches are true environmental treasures and the lifeblood of Florida’s tourism economy,” Wasserman Schultz said. “It would be malpractice and colossally irresponsible to allow oil drilling activities to jeopardize all that.”

Additionally, the bill establishes the Gulf Coast Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council, which would fight oil spill threats before they occur by tracking industry activity and recommending safety practices. The Council is mirrored on the Prince William Sound citizens’ advisory council, which was established by Congress after the Exxon Valdez disaster.

The bill, which will be formally introduced today, also comes on the heels of a recent Trump administration proposal that could open up more than 70 million acres off the coast of Florida to oil and gas drilling over the next five years starting this August. Buchanan, a longtime opponent of drilling off the Gulf, recently joined a bipartisan group in writing to the Interior Secretary in opposition to the plan.

Buchanan wants to protect Florida’s coastline from oil spills such as the one caused by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion – one of the worst environmental disasters in U.S. history. 

The Deepwater Horizon spill spewed more than 4 million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, claimed the lives of 11 workers, decimated the region’s iconic wildlife and severely damaged our fishing and tourism industries.

As Floridians know all too well, an oil spill can devastate a regional economy and inflict long-term environmental damage.

Buchanan’s opposition to drilling off the Florida coast includes strong support for 2016 Interior Department rules spelling out national well safety requirements, such as more frequent testing of blowout preventers. The Congressman also sponsored legislation in 2011 that would stop Cuba from drilling within 50 miles of Florida and voted against opening Florida’s coast to drilling in 2011. 

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Buchanan’s Thin Blue Line Act Passes Key Committee

2017/04/27

Police Deaths Soar in 2016

WASHINGTON – The U.S. House Judiciary Committee today approved Congressman Vern Buchanan’s legislation to toughen penalties against cop killers. The bill now heads to the full House for a vote expected in mid-May.

Buchanan’s Thin Blue Line Act, H.R. 115, would make the murder or attempted murder of a police officer, firefighter or other first responder an “aggravating” factor in death penalty determinations. The committee passed the bill in a 19-12 vote.

“We owe a great debt to police officers and first responders across the country,” Buchanan said. “Attacks against law enforcement officers must end. The strong committee vote today sends a clear message to those who target police – you will be held accountable.”

The number of police officer deaths from shootings increased 56 percent nationally in 2016, according to a report by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

Additionally, in 2016 alone, ambush-style killings of law enforcement officers increased by 167 percent, according to the National Association of Police Organizations.

“Every day, federal, state, and local law enforcement officers around the country protect their fellow citizens from harm, keep the peace, and carry out justice,” House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte said. “As they serve and protect us, we have a duty to ensure they have the tools needed to do their jobs and that our laws honor their sacrifices. I thank Congressman Vern Buchanan for his work on the Thin Blue Line Act. This bill ensures criminals who murder law enforcement officers face justice for their crimes.”

The legislation would be applicable whether the person is murdered on duty, because of the performance of their duty, or because of their status as a public official. It covers federal, state and local police officers, firefighters and first responders. The only requirement is that the homicide involve federal jurisdiction, such as the interstate homicide of an officer, or an officer killed on federal land, or while serving as part of a joint task force.

“The House must swiftly act to protect our police officers and first responders,” Buchanan said.

A number of national law enforcement organizations have voiced their support for the legislation. The full list includes:

  • National Association of Police Organizations
  • National Fraternal Order of Police
  • Major Counties Sheriffs of America
  • American Federation of Government Employees
  • Sergeants Benevolent Association
  • Council of Prison Locals
  • Peace Officers Research Association of California
  • Voices of J.O.E.
  • U.S. First Responders Association
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Buchanan Statement on Trump Tax Plan

2017/04/26

WASHINGTON — Congressman Vern Buchanan, a senior House tax-writer, today released the following statement regarding President Trump’s tax plan.

“The administration’s outline moves us one step closer to meaningful tax reform. It’s now up to Congress and the administration to work together and develop a plan that reduces taxes on middle-income Americans, simplifies personal income taxes and makes our businesses more competitive with other countries. I look forward to taking part in those discussions in the weeks ahead.”

Buchanan noted that the administration’s proposal calls for parity between tax rates for small businesses and corporations – a plan Buchanan re-introduced in Congress in January. Buchanan’s bill would ensure that most small businesses never pay a higher rate than large companies or corporations. The Trump plan calls for both to pay a 15 percent tax rate.

“Tax reform will generate enormous economic growth and create jobs,” Buchanan said.

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ABC 7: Buchanan Proposes Pandemic Response Fund

2017-04-13 15:04:24


Bay News 9: Buchanan Fights Social Security Fraud

2017-02-09 16:27:36


ABC 7: Rep. Buchanan Holds Anti-Heroin Roundtable

2016-03-10 17:57:59


ABC 7: Rep. Buchanan Acts To Combat Heroin Crisis

2016-02-27 15:13:23


Cox TV: Buchanan Introduces Plan To End Public Housing Scams

2016-02-03 17:36:48


WWSB-TV: Rep. Buchanan visits businesses in St. Armands Circle

2016-01-25 16:15:15


WWSB-TV: New Law To Protect Americans From Identity Fraud

2016-01-22 17:30:07


No Syrian Refugees!

2015-11-17 17:35:33


Buchanan Applauds Sarasota Memorial’s 90th Year of Service to the Community

2015-11-03 20:46:52


ABC-7 on Buchanan Presentation of Congressional Fire and Rescue and EMS Awards

2015-10-06 15:21:10


ABC-7 on Buchanan's Talk to Sarasota Chamber of Commerce

2015-09-14 23:21:30


Bay News 9 on Sarasota Iran Nuclear Deal Town Hall

2015-07-27 13:55:34


President Obama Signs Buchanan Veterans ID Card Act into Law

2015-07-21 15:31:22


ABC-7 on Buchanan's Veterans ID Card

2015-07-08 17:22:06


Buchanan Vets ID Card to Become Law

2015-07-07 19:17:46


Pastor Bezet of Sarasota-Manatee Bayside Community Church Delivers Morning Prayer before Congress

2015-06-25 15:32:15


Buchanan: Balancing the Budget is an Urgent Priority

2015-06-17 21:43:25


Buchanan Speaks on Veterans ID Card Act

2015-05-18 21:03:41


Rep. Buchanan Named to House Budget Committee

2015-03-18 16:40:43


Buchanan Hosts Venice Listening Session on Jobs and the Economy

2015-02-09 16:57:18


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Committee Assignments

Ways and Means

U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan is the only Florida member of Congress to serve on the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, which has jurisdiction over tax policy, international trade, health care and Social Security.

A self-made businessman, Buchanan understands that America’s economic strength flows from its entrepreneurial spirit and pro-growth, free-market policies. Buchanan has worked tirelessly to enact tax incentives to help small businesses, end burdensome regulations, and limit frivolous lawsuits.

In his fourth term, Buchanan is an outspoken advocate of reforming the U.S. tax code to make it simpler and fairer. He serves on the Trade and Health subcommittees on Ways and Means.

As a member of the Trade Subcommittee, Buchanan recognizes that international competitiveness is key to revitalizing the economy. He will seek to move three free trade agreements through the Congress and conduct oversight on U.S. trade relations with the European Union, China, India, among others.

Buchanan is also a member of the Health Subcommittee, which has jurisdiction over Medicare and employer-provided health insurance benefits. With 190,000 Medicare beneficiaries in Florida’s 16thDistrict, Buchanan is committed to preserving Medicare’s long-term solvency for senior citizens, as well as bringing down the cost of health care for all Americans.

And as the Chairman of the Friends of Panama Caucus, Buchanan will continue his efforts to help Port Manatee grow and capitalize on the upcoming expansion of the Panama Canal.

A strong fiscal conservative, the Congressman’s signature bill is the Buchanan Balanced Budget Amendment Act. He also introduced legislation to stop automatic pay raises for Members of Congress until the budget is balanced.

Congressman Buchanan’s previous committee assignments include the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, the House Veterans Affairs Committee, and the House Small Business Committee, where he also served as the Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Finance and Tax.

Vern Buchanan grew up with five siblings in a blue collar household in a small town near Detroit, Michigan. He served six years in the Air National Guard and worked his way through college.

The self-made businessman is a respected leader in Florida’s business community. He chaired both the Florida Chamber of Commerce and the Sarasota Chamber of Commerce. He was also a member of the Board of the U.S. Chamber, and in 2005 he was inducted into the Tampa Bay Business Hall of Fame.

In addition, Congressman Buchanan is a dedicated philanthropist, committing himself to diverse community causes, including the Boys and Girls Club, the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, the Walk to Cure Juvenile Diabetes, the American Heart Walk, the Mote Marine Laboratory, and the Ringling Museum of Art.

A husband and father, Congressman Buchanan lives in Longboat Key, Florida with his wife of more than 30 years. Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan have two grown sons, James and Matt.


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