A Florida Supreme Court candidate will spend this afternoon being interviewed by the same state panel he attempted to circumvent while serving as a top aide to Gov. Jeb Bush.

Frank Jimenez, who served as Bush’s assistant general counsel, is one of 50 attorneys being interviewed by the Judicial Nominating Commission to fill two openings created by the resignations of Bush appointees Raoul Cantero III and Kenneth B. Bell.

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