Crist spent money on the manse, too
Says Rick Scott "spent $800,000 of your tax dollars upgrading the Governor's Mansion."
Both came to support it after opposing it
Rick Scott says he supported in-state tuition for Dreamers while Charlie Crist was against it.
If bill would have changed nothing why veto it?
Says a bill he vetoed to give driver licenses to certain immigrants known as Dreamers would have changed "nothing."
Studies vary widely on the number and experts say it is hard to pinpoint
If Florida expanded Medicaid, "some studies indicate it would create about 120,000 jobs."
There are escape clauses, but don't bet on it
No Tax For Tracks
The Greenlight Pinellas 1-cent sales tax "is permanent, we never get to vote on this again."
Perhaps in the nation, but not in Florida
"The CBO says if we raise the minimum wage the way Charlie (Crist) wants to do it, it would lose 500,000 jobs."
You can't lay all the blame on any one governor
"832,000 people lost their job while (Charlie Crist was) governor."
Yes, but Crist holds record per pupil
Republican Party of Florida
Under Rick Scott, there has been a "historic $20 billion in funds for education."
Scott didn't face prison, but that's what the Fifth is for
Says Rick Scott "pled the Fifth 75 times to avoid jail for Medicare fraud."
Donations aren't hidden from public
Rick Scott took $200,000 from a family that leased land for drilling "and now he is trying to hide from it."
Crist put donor on judicial panel, but no hard evidence for "control"
Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein "gave hundreds of thousands of campaign cash to control Crist’s appointments of key state judges."
Complicated connection to the Colliers
Says Rick Scott took $200,000 in campaign contributions from a company that "profited off pollution."
An agency decision, but Scott was silent
Says Rick Scott "is letting Duke (Energy) keep collecting billions" despite troubled power plants.
Complicated mix of funding
"All Aboard Florida is receiving millions in Florida taxpayer dollars."
Depending on how the data was examined
Don't Let Florida Go To Pot
"25 percent of all drug-related fatal vehicle accidents in the U.S. involve marijuana."
Only after a court asked for changes
"Attorney General Eric Holder’s own Justice Department precleared the voting changes in the 2011 law" about early voting in Florida.
Correlation is not causation
"Having an active father makes children 98 percent more likely to graduate from college."
Crist and Scott both cut Bright Futures
Says Rick Scott cut "Bright Futures scholarships in half."
A nonbinding vote to not endorse the raise
Says Charlie Crist "voted against raising the minimum wage."
Expansion would create some jobs, but estimates vary
"Expanding Medicaid would create 63k jobs."
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