JACKSONVILLE (CBSMiami/AP) — After months of campaigning and millions of dollars spent on advertisements and mailers, candidates across Florida will find out Tuesday what their political futures hold.
But Monday, there’s a final for votes underway in the Democrats’ race to reclaim the governor’s mansion.
Former Gov. Charlie Crist, the longtime Republican who is seeking to reclaim his old job as a Democrat, has planned events in Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando, Wellington and Fort Lauderdale on Monday.
His underdog opponent, former Senate Democratic Leader Nan Rich, is spending time at a phone bank at her Weston campaign headquarters making last-minute get-out-the-vote calls.
Both candidates are vying for a shot to unseat Gov. Rick Scott, who has two mostly unknown primary challengers of his own.
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