The vote for a posthumous pardon of rock 'n' roll icon Jim Morrison now stands at two yes and two maybes.
Gov. Charlie Crist and Agriculture Commissioner Charles Bronson said Tuesday that they each would support exonerating the lead singer for The Doors for his 1969 indency conviction when it comes up on the agenda of the final Clemency Board meeting on Thursday. But Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink and Attorney General Bill McCollum, who each said two weeks ago that they would consider the pardon, now say they are still pondering their response. All four of them leave office in January.
"I have not thought about much of the pardons that are going on,or commutations, or any of that sort of thing,'' McCollum said after a marathon final Cabinet meeting of the year on Tuesday. "I will reserve judgment on all of those until then."