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Crist web site stripped of GOP references?

An independent bid by Gov. Charlie Crist for the U.S. Senate looks imminent. One of his regional chairs and finance committee members, Rep. Tom Grady of Naples, just released this letter to the governor: "This evening, as I reviewed your updated campaign website, I noticed a disheartening fact. Your website has eliminated all references to our Republican Party, or as you frequently refer to it, the party of Lincoln."

Wow. Grady's full letter, in which he resigns from the campaign, is here: Download Long time Crist Friend Supporter Resigns

UPDATE: Campaign spokeswoman Andrea Saul says, "No Republican references have been scrubbed from our website, period."

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Chuckles is Toast

Beth - did you even check his site before you posted this? Still quite a few references to "Republican", along with this whopper in the first sentence of his bio:

"Governor Charlie Crist is a common-sense conservative who works toward practical solutions for less taxes and spending and increased personal freedom. "

OPM

References to republican are in posted articles and press releases. If you rad what you posted... It alludes to being a republican but does not specifically say it. If crist jumps ship, he will run as a conservative independent.

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