« Banks score incomplete grade in mortgage settlement case | Main | Big business coalitions: failure to expand Medicaid hurts business »

Alex Sink surfacing: blasts Citizens' 'sweetheart deal' and is sounding like a candidate

In an op-ed in today's Tampa Bay Times, former Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink details the reasons why she believes Citizens Property Insurance should reject what she calls a "sweetheart deal" with take-out company Heritage Property and Casualty.

And as Adam Smith reports today, Sink is not ruling out another run for governor -- but she's not quite ruling it in yet either.

In the editorial, she says "the recent Citizens Property Insurance deal with start-up insurance company Heritage Property and Casualty of St. Petersburg must be stopped immediately and thoroughly reviewed by our elected officials who appoint the Citizens board members. These officials include Gov. Rick Scott, Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater, House Speaker Will Weatherford and Senate President Don Gaetz." More here. 


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


If anyone would know about a 'disastrous' gubernatorial campaign, it's bitter, bitter Alex Sink.


Can't take anymore

Charlie has become the default option for Democrats who know Nan Rich has no chance against Scott's money machine. Alex carries very few negatives and may threaten Charlie's place in the catbird seat if she jumps in ASAP and can become a monster fund raiser. Please don't let her old team guide her campaign if she does make the run!

Ed Jenkins

What is with all of these retreads who have all been failures in statewide campaigns? Can't we get some new faces and winners like Graham and Chiles of the past?

The comments to this entry are closed.