Crist reappoints Roberto Martinez to State Board
Coral Gables lawyer Roberto Martinez, who served on Gov. Charlie Crist's transition team, has won another term on the Florida Board of Education. Martinez, 55, a former U.S. attorney, will serve through the end of December 2012.
The State Board has one more open seat to fill with the end of Phoebe Raulerson's term. Raulerson, a former superintendent of Okeechobee schools, has reapplied for the position. Crist has not yet chosen anyone for the post.