Gov. Rick Scott and former Gov. Charlie Crist will debate Wednesday night with polls showing the Florida governor’s race as too close to call.
Scott, the Republican incumbent, rode a tea party wave into the governor’s office in 2010. Now he’s being challenged as too conservative by Crist, a former Republican governor who’s now a Democrat.
At this point in the campaign, the candidates are starting to repeat themselves, using their favorite talking points over and over. But voters just tuning in may be hearing the lines for the first time.