Good news for Florida drivers. Beginning Monday, September 1st, it’s now cheaper to register your vehicle in the state.
Republicans have had control of the Florida Legislature and governor’s office since 1999 and have used their power to restrict abortions, loosen gun laws, strip state workers of benefits, allow private school vouchers and enact a slew of other policy changes that Democrats opposed but could do nothing to stop.
Proposed tax cuts if re-elected will be Governor Rick Scott’s focus as he begins a two week, 28-city, campaign swing. The tour began Monday. Scott announced the tax cut proposals last week.
A rollback in vehicle-registration fees, the key part of a $500 million package of tax and fee cuts approved this spring, kicks in Monday as Gov. Rick Scott starts to campaign for a new round of tax cuts.
There’s a lot of Monday-morning quarterbacking going on right now about Charlie Crist’s comfortable defeat Tuesday of Democratic gubernatorial combatant Nan Rich.
Now that the dust from the August Primary has settled, key members of the state’s Democratic party are beginning to rally the proverbial troops in a run up to the November election.
Normally, this would be the point where Gov. Rick Scott would turn his attention to former Gov. Charlie Crist, the newly approved Democratic nominee. After a primary season that was merely a formality for Scott, and only marginally less so for Crist, the incumbent Republican would unleash his financial advantage on his Democratic challenger.
Coming off a landslide win over former state Democratic leader Nan Rich in the August Primary, former Gov. Charlie Crist now turns his full attention to beating Republican Gov. Rick Scott.
The August Primary has set up a major show down for the Governor’s office. Former Governor Charlies Crist defeated former state Senate Democratic leader Nan Rich in a landslide.
Former Governor Charlie Crist won the Democratic nomination Tuesday against Nan Rich to seek his old job against Governor Rick Scott in the November elections.