MIAMI (CBSMiami.com) – The Florida GOP Primary continues to look like it may crown the eventual GOP nominee before Super Tuesday. But, don’t expect Governor Rick Scott to help a candidate out with an endorsement.
Governor Scott told CNBC.com Wednesday morning that he hasn’t chosen a favorite candidate and may not before the January 31st primary.
Scott said the main reason was none of the candidates were talking enough about job creation, according to the News Service of Florida.
The fact that Scott hasn’t endorsed a candidate could be as much a reflection of his polling as it is his displeasure in the candidates discussing jobs.
Scott has routinely polled at or below 35 percent job approval satisfaction and that could be politically toxic to any of the candidates looking to win the Sunshine State.