Betty Castor

Betty Castor

Betty Castor , née Elizabeth Bowe, is an American educator and former politician and elected officeholder. Castor was elected to the Florida Senate and the Florida Education Commissioner, and she later served as the President of the University of South Florida, and President of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Betty Castor has eight videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1988 Forum as a Chairman and CEO for the Democratic National Committee. The year with the most videos was 2004 with four videos as a U.S. Senate Candidate for Florida. Most appearances with Mel Martinez (3). Most common tags: Senate, Presidential Campaign, Florida.

Appearances by Title:c. April 20, 2005 - Present Member, Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform Videos: 1 c. October 9, 1996 - Present President, University of South Florida (Tampa, FL) Videos: 1


U.S. Senate Candidate, Florida
c. January 1, 2004 - November 2, 2004 Videos: 4 Commissioner, Education Department, Florida c. April 1, 1993 - c. October 9, 1996 Videos: 1 Chairman and CEO, Democratic National Committee c. June 25, 1988 - c. April 1, 1993 Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • Federal Election Reform

    Federal Election Reform

    Witnesses spoke to a panel at the first meeting of the Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform on the Help…

  • 2004 Election Night Coverage

    2004 Election Night Coverage

    Live coverage of election results and election night activities was shown throughout the evening. At the end of the telecast…

  • Florida Senate Debate

    Florida Senate Debate

    Senate candidates Mel Martinez and Betty Castor participated in a debate. The candidates responded to questions on a number…

  • Florida Senate Debate

    Florida Senate Debate

    Mr. Russert moderated a debate between Senate candidates Betty Castor, a former Florida Education Commissioner and former…

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