Gubernatorial Hopeful Stops in Gainesville
In an election campaign that seems to be favoring republicans, one of the few rays of light for democrats shone on Gainesville Monday night. Alex Sink is running to become the first female governor of Florida. While Sink's lead has been slowly growing over Rick Scott, she appears to be going on the offense rather then on the defense in Florida's gubernatorial race. Scott has launched TV ads targeting Sink directly. Sink has responded and said she believes Floridians trust her more.
"He (Scott) has already spent 70 million dollars of his own personal wealth to buy the governor's office. I refuse to let him hijack our state," said Alex Sink.
Rick Scott was campaigning in Panama City Monday. His campaign said voters believe Scott is more fit to fix the economy. To see more on Sink's visit, watch the video to your right.
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