FLORIDA ELECTIONS – Why Is Florida Considering The Candidates Most Responsible For Letting Florida’s Mortgage Crisis Happen?
Democrat Alex Sink appears be leading the the battle for the Governor’s Office while Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum and former healthcare executive Rick Scott have poured a combined $50 million into their primary negative ad campaign against each other. Florida voters seem to becoming disenchanted with the two Republicans, according to a Quinnipiac University poll taken between Aug. 11 through August 16, 2010.
Alex Sink is the state’s current chief financial officer who is in a virtual tie with Bill McCollum if he wins next week. If Scott is the nominee, Alex Sink would hold a 33 percent to 29 percent edge. Independent candidate Lawton “Bud”