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Rick Scott spox Amy Graham heads to team Mitt Romney

FullThere was one obvious omission from the list of staffers whose emails were posted on the governor's new Sunburst open records web site today: Amy Graham, the deputy communications director and one of the longest serving on the governor's staff.

That's because she's about to announce she is headed to Mitt Romney's Massachusetts campaign.

Graham, 25, joined Scott during the transition and had worked as his traveling press secretary. She was earning $71,000.

Prior to joining the governor's office, Graham was press secretary at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and worked in the press office of former Gov. Jeb Bush. She is a native of Port St. Lucie and a magna cum laude graduate of the Florida State University College of Communication and has a master’s degree in Applied American Politics and Policy.

--Mary Ellen Klas


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David

Someone needs to find out what the hell is happening in that office! Since last June that place looks like people exiting a theater during a fire. Then you begin to research the replacements and it looks like a who's who of McCollum people and supporters. Of course that is what you get when you hire Tallahassee insider.

Peter Schorsch

Amy Graham leaving Rick Scott's office for Mitt Romney campaign; will she start reading New York Times?

http://t.co/RiwJmH3u

Richard Thomas

So working someplace for 15 months makes you "one of the longest serving on the governor's staff"? She is a fine person... but that is just an odd thing to write.

James Myers

Graham was press secretary at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and worked in the press office of former Gov. Jeb Bush. Wow! Someone that worked for the EPA now working for Romney? What is she going to do?

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