Campaign links: Steve Schonberg (D-FL-11)
Steven “Steve” Schonberg
Steven Schonberg Congressional Candidate Florida District 11 – 2014
***Update December 2011: Schonberg v. Boehner et al lawsuit, USDC, DC, permitted by the Court on December 2, 2011; was filed by the candidate. Mr. Schonberg website provides a link to Ocala.com that reports that he is no longer a candidate and is pursuing a lawsuit. See below for the lawsuit***
Steven Schonberg ***former 2012*** Congressional Candidate Florida District 6
Biography of Steven Schonberg, MD,JD
Education and Experience
1967: Medical Degree: University of Colorado.
1967-1968: Surgical Internship: Queen’s Hospital, Honolulu, Hawaii.
1968: Six months of Flight Surgeon training at PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, Naval Aerospace Medical Institute
1968-1971 Active Duty, Flight Surgeon, USNR. Viet Nam era veteran.
1971-72 Private and Group Medical Practice, Lander, Wyoming.
1972-1980 Emergency Physician, St. Joseph Hospital, Albuquerque, N.M.
(Head of the Department for 3 years, 1977: President of the New Mexico Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians.)
1975: Law Degree from the University of New Mexico.
1972-2005: Licensed to Practice Medicine in New Mexico and Wyoming, now inactive.
1975-2006: Active Member of the State Bar of New Mexico. Private Practice Law Firm specializing in Medical Malpractice Trial Law. Primarily represented injured patients suing hospitals, drug companies, and doctors.
1993-2006: Active Member of the State Bar of Texas litigating in Medical Malpractice Law.
2006: Became a permanent resident of Ocala, Florida and registered to vote as a Democrat.
2006-10: Golf, Travel, RVing, “road warrier,” Ocala, Florida and Merrimack, New Hampshire. U.S. Constitution “buff” re Article V and Constitutional Convention.
2009, summer: New Hampshire advocate for mandatory public financing of federal election campaigns.
2009-10: Plaintiff, Schonberg v. FEC, U.S. District Court for Middle District of Florida, (Requesting Declaratory Judgment to find that parts of the corrupt Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 is Unconstitutional.) LIMIT GOVERNMENT: DO AWAY WITH THE FEC! http://fec.gov/law/litigation/schonberg.shtml provides more information.
Inactive: State Bar of New Mexico and Texas, Licensure by New Mexico and Wyoming State Boards of Medicine.
Career Disciplinary Action in the practice of both medicine and law: NONE
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Schonberg v. Boehner et al lawsuit filed by the former candidate.