Lopez-Cantera becomes Florida's First Hispanic Lieutenant Governor
Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera was sworn in Monday as Florida's 19th Lieutenant Governor, also making him the first hispanic to hold this position.
Lopez-Cantera took the oath in a private event, but later in the evening a public ceremonial event was held at the House Chambers.
Lopez-Cantera replaces Jennifer Carroll who resigned last March after being connected to an illegal Internet cafe operation.
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