Governor Rick Scott
It seems that the bitter tone of the campaign ads that aired throughout Florida’s race for governor extended to the voting booth Tuesday.
Riding a yellow bus with his silver-haired visage emblazoned on the side, former Gov. Charlie Crist rolled through South Florida to pump up base Democratic voters on the eve of Tuesday’s election.
Gov. Rick Scott made a final swing through the I-4 corridor on Monday, hoping to motivate voters in one of the state’s most politically significant areas as polls showed the Republican incumbent in a virtual tie with his Democratic opponent, former Gov. Charlie Crist.
The race for governor in Florida is ending the same way it began: Bitter, personal and close as ever.
With less than 48 hours to go before Florida finds out whether Governor Rick Scott gets four more years or whether former Governor Charlie Crist gets his old job back, both candidates brought their A-game and their A- team on this last day of early voting.
As Governor Rick Scott was joined by Senator Marco Rubio Saturday on the Get Out The Vote Early bus tour, candidate Charlie Crist prepared for a big name to provide support Sunday.
Daytona International Speedway and the Miami Dolphins, both unsuccessful in getting money out of Florida lawmakers in recent years, were the first to sign up for the state’s new stadium-funding process.
Governor Rick Scott and and the man who wants to unseat him, Charlie Crist, both have some high profile political backing this weekend in Florida.
Governor Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott voted Thursday morning in Southwest Florida. Former Governor Charlie Crist voted Monday.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will hold a conference call on Ebola preparedness and training with Florida hospitals Monday.