Carlos Andres Manrique (born November 10, 1959 in Havana, Cuba) was a member of the Florida House of Representatives as a Republican from 1992-1994 for District 115. He graduated from Belen Jesuit Preparatory School in Miami in June 1978. He was the legislative aide to Representative for four years when he ran for State Representative the first time in 1988 against Mario Diaz-Balart. In 1994, he lost his re-election bid to Alex Diaz de la Portilla. In 2004, Manrique ran for State House seat 114 but lost that election in the Republican primary.

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  • Carlos Andres Manrique (born November 10, 1959 in Havana, Cuba) was a member of the Florida House of Representatives as a Republican from 1992-1994 for District 115. He graduated from Belen Jesuit Preparatory School in Miami in June 1978. He was the legislative aide to Representative for four years when he ran for State Representative the first time in 1988 against Mario Diaz-Balart. In 1994, he lost his re-election bid to Alex Diaz de la Portilla. In 2004, Manrique ran for State House seat 114 but lost that election in the Republican primary. (en)
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  • Carlos Andres Manrique (born November 10, 1959 in Havana, Cuba) was a member of the Florida House of Representatives as a Republican from 1992-1994 for District 115. He graduated from Belen Jesuit Preparatory School in Miami in June 1978. He was the legislative aide to Representative for four years when he ran for State Representative the first time in 1988 against Mario Diaz-Balart. In 1994, he lost his re-election bid to Alex Diaz de la Portilla. In 2004, Manrique ran for State House seat 114 but lost that election in the Republican primary. (en)
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