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What's on TV in Florida politics

Yet another sign of the zaniness of Florida politics in 2010: six months before the election, the two spots on air are the teachers' union-produced ad on behalf of a post-partisan Gov. Charlie Crist and the ubiquitous, out-of-the-blue television blitz by Republican candidate for governor Rick Scott.

The union says the Crist spot is winding down this week. Scott's ads appear to have done some damage to his Republican rival, Attorney General Bill McCollum.

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