The University of Miami in Ohio says that the Florida candidate FEAR to obtain a diploma

Melissa Howard, a candidate for the Sarasota campus, claimed to have completed a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the University of Miami in Ohio in 1994.

Melissa Howard, a candidate for the Sarasota campus, claimed to have completed a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the University of Miami in Ohio in 1994.

Melissa Howard, a candidate for the Sarasota campus, claimed to have completed a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the University of Miami in Ohio in 1994.

A Republican candidate for Florida State House lied about completing a degree from the University of Miami in Ohio, school officials said.

Melissa Howard, who is running for headquarters in Sarasota, said she had completed a Bachelor of Science in Marketing in 1994. Later she would come the year until 1996.

After initial reports that she had lied about obtaining the degree, Howard traveled back to Ohio and posted a photo of her partial college transcript and a copy of her diploma.

But according to the University of Miami's attorney general, Robin Parker, both documents were not real, reports FLA News Online.

Howard, 46, attended school, but there were no records of her completing a degree.

According to the General Counsel of the University, the school does not offer a Bachelor of Science in Marketing, but offers a Bachelor of Science in Business.

After initial reports that she had lied about obtaining the title, Howard traveled back to Ohio and posted a photo of her partial transcript of the university.

After initial reports that she had lied about obtaining the title, Howard traveled back to Ohio and posted a photo of her partial transcript of the university.

After initial reports that she had lied about obtaining the title, Howard traveled back to Ohio and posted a photo of her partial transcript of the university.

According to the University's attorney general, the school does not offer a Bachelor of Science in Marketing, but offers a Bachelor of Science in Business.

According to the University's attorney general, the school does not offer a Bachelor of Science in Marketing, but offers a Bachelor of Science in Business.

According to the University's attorney general, the school does not offer a Bachelor of Science in Marketing, but offers a Bachelor of Science in Business.

It is said that Howard studied retail, which means that his degree would have been Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences

It is said that Howard studied retail, which means that his degree would have been Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences

It is said that Howard studied retail, which means that his degree would have been Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences

It is said that Howard studied retail, which means that his degree would have been a degree in Family and Consumer Sciences.

His diploma also has signatures allegedly from President James C. Garland and Dean Robert C. Johnson. But Johnson was dean of graduate school in 1996, when Howard supposedly graduated.

National Student Clearinghouse, a non-profit organization, sent a certificate to FLA News from the university stating that Howard did not obtain a degree.

National Student Clearinghouse, a non-profit organization, sent a certificate to FLA News from the university stating that Howard did not obtain a degree

National Student Clearinghouse, a non-profit organization, sent a certificate to FLA News from the university stating that Howard did not obtain a degree

National Student Clearinghouse, a non-profit organization, sent a certificate to FLA News from the university stating that Howard did not obtain a degree

Howard called the first series of accusations & # 39; lies & # 39; claiming they were pushed by Tommy Gregory, an opponent of his

Howard called the first series of accusations & # 39; lies & # 39; claiming they were pushed by Tommy Gregory, an opponent of his

Howard called the first series of accusations & # 39; lies & # 39; claiming they were pushed by Tommy Gregory, an opponent of his

Howard called the first series of accusations & # 39; lies & # 39; claiming they were pushed by Tommy Gregory, an opponent of his

Howard called the first series of accusations & # 39; lies & # 39; claiming they were pushed by Tommy Gregory, an opponent of his

Howard called the first series of accusations & # 39; lies & # 39; alleging that they were pushed by Tommy Gregory, an opponent of his.

"Instead of providing evidence that refutes the direct questions raised in the story, Ms. Howard chose to pivot and attack Gregory's campaign for lying about her record," Gregory said, according to FloridaPolitics.com.

"On the contrary, however, the Tommy Gregory campaign has not made any statements of any kind related to the article, and although Ms. Howard may have some explanations to do, we will leave that to her, to the media and to the media. District voters. 73. & # 39;

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