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Rick Scott raising money in Tarpon Springs

Rick Scott's re-election campaign is funded mainly by his "Let's Get to Work" committee. But looking at the invite for its Feb. 18 fundraiser in Tarpon Springs, and all the contractors hosting it who do business with the state, we wonder if a better name would be "Let's Get Some State Work."

The reception is at the home of Wendy and David Nelson and the minimum donation is $1,500 per person. The host committee includes David W Dunbar, Rep. Ed Hooper, Preferred Materials, Brandon Construction, Cone and Graham, Sen. Jack Latvala, David Nelson Construction, Florida Transportation Builders Association, Shutts and Bowen, Suncoast Paving, Speaker Will Weatherford.


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Ed Jenkins

The people have repeatedly stated that they do not believe in protecting water. We should dump all of our sewage in the everlgades and all politicians in there with it.

Jim Jensen

Governor Scott should retire and not run for re-election because he's holding back the most popular politician in the state, AG Pam Bondi. Bondi should be running for governor. She's a beautiful woman with a great figure and lovely blond hair. People love her charming personality and she'll be able to win over the independent voter as well.

Marshall Tucker

Florida's version of the Soprano's...politicians...contractors...sounds above board.

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