Personal space: Orange bowl



But Bush calls him 'Red'

Rep. Adam H. Putnam spends more time counting votes than the fruit he grows at his family's Alturas, Fla., orange grove. Elected in 2000 at age 26 as the youngest-ever member of Congress, he chairs the House Government Reform subcommittee that oversees federal IT. The Republican adds with a wink that he sometimes treats audiences to bottled 'Florida sunshine' while he promotes cybersecurity and e-government.

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