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Jennifer Carroll ready to move on

The New York Times scored a 25-minute interview with former Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll. Here's an excerpt from their story:

"I offered everything that I could to the administration,” Ms. Carroll said on Saturday, in her first interview since resigning. “I believe I did a fantastic job.”

Despite a tumultuous week, Ms. Carroll said in a 25-minute interview that she was ready to move on and that she viewed her resignation as a setback rather than a catastrophe. She said she was already fielding offers and was weighing a jump into corporate life, community service and, perhaps later, a return to politics.

“People are calling me asking me to run for this, that and the other thing,” said Ms. Carroll, 53, who is married with three grown children. “I say, you know what? First of all, I am going to spend time with my family, because for the last two years it’s been very difficult.”

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JBL

Rick Scott has lost the best thing he had going for him. It's downhill from here.

Reagan Republican

Florida will benefit from Raquel Regalado as a replacement.

Observer

Black women that look like you don't run for this, that and the other thing!

Pot Sticker

“I offered everything that I could to the administration,” Ms. Carroll said on Saturday, in her first interview since resigning.

Everything EXCEPT integrity.

Domino

"...the last two years it’s been very difficult.”

Difficult on the taxpayers while you spend 25K a month traveling the world.

Allan Sookhoo

It was just a matter of time that this corrupt individual was found out. She is an example, not of the true american dream, but of greed,deception,and lies. Look carefully at her background,both academic and political. What a sham! She should quickly run to Trinidad where she will fit in quite nicely where corruption and bribery is the norm. She may have claimed to come to the U.S. at the age of eight,but it seems that the corruption trait never left her.

lance

She is a disgrace and should have never been in that position to begin with. But then again it was Rick Scott's decision, so why be surprised.

bob

People are calling me asking me to run for this, that and the other thing,” said Ms. Carroll, 53.
People who usually have nothing going on talk this way. At 53 with all those earned degrees one would expect someone more articulate....unless!!!!!

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