Marco Rubio was born on May 28, 1971 in Miami, Florida after his parents fled Cuba when Fidel Castro took over. At the age of eight, his family moved to Las Vegas where his father worked as a bartender for Sam’s Town, and his mom worked as a housekeeper at the Imperial Palace. Six months later, in 1985, they moved back to Miami where his father continued to work as a bartender at the Mayfair House Hotel all the way till 1997. After that his dad worked as a school crossing guard until he retired in 2005. Rubio’s mother worked as a Kmart stock clerk until she retired in 1995.
In 1989, Marco Rubio graduated from South Miami Senior High School. He attended Tarkio College in Missouri for one year receiving a football scholarship. Rubio later returned to Florida to attend Santa Fe Community College. He ended up graduating from the University of Florida in 1993 with a bachelor of science. Rubio also earned his juris doctor, cum laude in 1996 from the University of Miami. Marco Rubio is married to his high school sweetheart, Jeanette
Dousdebes Rubio, who is an ex-Miami Dolphins cheerleader. Rubio and his wife had four children, Amanda, Daniella, Anthony and Dominick. He and...
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... to help out the people in Florida. One thing I’ve noticed about Rubio is he looks at all ages, not just adults or not just children. He wants to make the lives of Floridians easier and help them to be more successful. In his determination to push the issues and not leave them overlooked is awesome. Starting with education and building a strong foundation will help the people of Florida in the long run.
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