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Car dealers choose Crist

While the general election for the next governor of Florida is more than three months away, there's no doubt who car dealers and other businesses in the auto industry want to succeed Gov. Jeb Bush.

It's Attorney General Charlie Crist, who has received 465 contributions totaling about $225,000 from executives and companies in the automotive industry. That's by far the most the industry has contributed to any candidate in the race. Here's the lowdown.

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