Aronberg taps Krischer to head transition teamby George Bennett | November 15th, 2012
Democratic State Attorney-elect Dave Aronberg has turned to former state attorney Barry Krischer to head his transition team.
Aronberg got 57.7 percent to defeat Republican Dina Keever and no-party candidate Robert Gershman in the state attorney race. He’ll succeed Peter Antonacci, who was appointed by Gov. Rick Scott this year after Michael McAuliffe resigned to take a private-sector job.
Krischer was state attorney from 1993 to 2009.
See the complete Aronberg transition team after the jump…
Members of the Aronberg transition team, from a release by Aronberg’s campaign:
Former State Attorney Barry Krischer, Co-chair – Former State Attorney for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit for sixteen years.
Michael B. Edmondson, Co-chair – Government Communications Director with the Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County.
Captain David Bernhardt — Bureau Commander for Criminal Investigations for the City of West Palm Beach Police Department.
Brian Fernandes — Chief Assistant Statewide Prosecutor.
Latosha Lowe-Goode — Felony Supervisor for the Office of the State Attorney for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit
Jeanne Howard — Chief Assistant State Attorney and Executive Director for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit.
Greg Kridos — Assistant State Attorney for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit.
John Howe — Criminal defense attorney and former president of the Palm Beach County Bar Association.
Valentin “Val” Rodriquez – Criminal defense attorney and Vice Mayor of the Town of Lake Clarke Shores.