Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist is back in South Florida campaigning days before the primary elections.
Most Florida voters assume it will be a head to head match up of Rick Scott and Charlie Crist for the Governor’s job this November. But before former governor Crist takes on current Governor Scott, he has to get past former Sen. Nan Rich in the August primary
As Democrats try to unseat Republican Gov. Rick Scott in November, they will need to turn out the party faithful in Democrat-filled Broward County.
It’s the second day for Broward residents to start casting their votes for the 2014 Primary elections.
Broward residents can start casting their votes Friday for the 2014 Primary elections.
Voters in Miami-Dade County and Monroe County are heading to polls Monday for the start of early voting. The early voting is for this year’s August 26 statewide primary.
It sounds like something Republican Gov. Rick Scott would ask of Republican-turned-Democrat Charlie Crist: “How can the people of Florida trust your recent conversion?”
Time is running out for Floridians who want to cast their ballot in the August 26th primary election but have not yet registered to vote. Monday is the deadline to register.
Nan Rich is frustrated. That much is clear. But the lifelong Democrat and former Senate minority leader isn’t backing down. Rich told a gathering of news executives and editors Friday that she will continue battling for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination and trying to draw distinctions with opponent Charlie Crist — despite many of the party’s fundraisers and leaders lining up behind the former Republican Crist.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist tried to draw sharp contrasts Thursday with Republican Gov. Rick Scott on issues such as the environment, education and openness — while also seeking to defuse questions about why he won’t appear with Democratic opponent Nan Rich.