One by one, the Republican presidential candidates who attended the Florida GOP's Sunshine Summit last week signed a piece of paper asking to be on the state's March 15 primary ballot.
That was the summit's biggest allure, after all: To qualify for the Florida ballot, the Republican Party of Florida required candidates to either attend the Orlando summit and sign the party oath -- or pay a $25,000 fee, or amass 3,375 voter petitions.
All but one of the candidates still in the race at the time (former New York Gov. George Pataki) spoke at the summit, and all signed the oath. (Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has since dropped out.)
Donald Trump's campaign tweeted about it.
Marco Rubio bragged he had been the first to file the paperwork -- because he was the summit's first speaker. And Ben Carson claimed Wednesday that he had "submitted" the document.
None of the oaths, though, have made it to the Florida Division of Elections yet. The party will turn them over to the state by Nov. 30, RPOF spokesman Wadi Gaitan said.