Charlie Crist won the Democratic nomination for Florida governor Tuesday and spoke to people gathered at this campaign headquarters in Fort Lauderdale.
In his speech to supporters, he said it’s time to “make Florida Scott-free.”
At an event in St. Augustine Thursday, Scott responded to the comment.
“It’s going to be about talk versus action. Charlie is a good talker. He gives nice speeches, just nothing gets done,” Scott said.
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