Take her politics out of the equation, and U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is still fascinating.
After President Barack Obama, Wasserman Schultz is the most powerful Democrat in the U.S. The chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee is charged with getting Obama back to the White House next year, battling Republicans at every turn.
She has come a long way from Weston.
Sept. 1: Wasserman Schultz touts transportation bill
July 28: S. Fla. lawmakers split down party lines on Boehner plan
July 26: 2 S. Fla. reps optimistic about debt deal
July 21: West: Apology to Wasserman Schultz 'not happening'
July 20: West, Wasserman Schultz feud generating campaign cash
July 19: U.S. reps from Fla. engage in war of words
May 4: Wasserman Schultz named new DNC chairwoman
April 20: 2 U.S. reps express opposite views on debt, spending
April 5: Dem. officials: Wasserman Schultz to head DNC