Mel Martinez

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     Mel Martinez, top, is seen in this undated photo
     with other Cuban youths at Camp St. John in
     Jacksonville, Fla. Martinez was 15 when his
     parents saw the rise of Fidel Castro and made
     the agonizing decision to send their son to the
     United States in care of the Catholic Church.

Martinez is cheered in Miami.
Mel Martinez and his wife Kitty.

     Mel Martinez, his wife, Kitty, and son Andrew, 11,
     react to early results in their hotel room in Orlando.


Mel Martínez encara piedras en su camino
Martinez's 'Pedro Pan' experience helped shape his life
Martinez gambling on Cuba stand
Castro spat embroils Senate hopefuls
Republicans clash on Cuba in the final days
2 win in walk, face tough race
Martinez's Win in Florida Could Help Bush Gain Latino Votes
Elián remark provokes fury
Castor respalda que se elimine la restricción de viajes a Cuba
Terrorism issue lifts Martinez
Mel Martinez | 'I'm bottom-line oriented'
Martinez Supporter Organized Elian Raid
Moderate Martinez turned more partisan after Washington experience
Historic end to bitter Senate race
Martinez holds tiny lead
Castor concedes U.S. Senate seat to Republican Martinez
Castor concedes Florida Senate race
Mel Martinez to become first Cuban-American in US Senate
Martinez becomes 1st Cuban-American elected to U.S. Senate
Martinez arrives to cheers in Miami
Martínez sorprendido con triunfo en Miami-Dade
Martinez says goal as senator is a free Cuba

Senator's story parallels paths of Cuban exiles
Sen. Martinez reportedly gets job of restoring GOP fortunes