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Sink hits air with new TV spot: fed up with 'special interests'

Democrat Alex Sink hit the airwaves this  morning with a new TV spot that mentions nothing about her opponent but attempts to define what she wants. "I want the wasteful spending cut. I want corruption out the door...Partisanship, I've got no patience for it. Special interest. Nothing special about them for me."

Gosh. Sound familiar? Here was Rick Scott last night: "In Tallahassee tonight, the dealmakers are crying in their cocktails."

The ad, paid for as a three-pack by the Democratic Party is running in select media markets across the state.



 

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True Blue

Saw ad. It was good. Alex will stake a claim to cleaning up Tally. and it will resonate with the voters. She will out Scott, Scott.

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