The two-term Republican governor is challenging incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson in what will be one of the most expensive and hotly contested races in 2018. "We shouldn't be sending the same type of people to Washington".
I've always run every race like there's no tomorrow -regardless of my opponent.
Four Scott opponents stood outside Monday's event, with motorists occasionally tooting horns or giving thumbs up as they drove past.
"It is with true sadness that we learned today of the passing of our long time Press Secretary, Jeri Bustamante, who faithfully served in our administration for many years", Scott's office said in a statement Monday.
Scott also co-founded Solantic, a Jacksonville-based urgent care chain. A February Quinnipiac University poll found 49 percent of Florida voters approve of Scott, compared with 40 percent who disapprove. I'll support the Republican nominee if Rick Scott wins it will be him.
Nelson isn't going down without a fight.
"He's not mentioned Trump at all, he's trying to keep his distance", Nelson said. "But I will not accept the idea that we can't change Washington", he said. Everyone assumed it'd be about the Senate race.
Scott, who spent more than $75m of his own money on his first campaign for governor, in 2010, will have the ability to spend his own funds.
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It's another game and what happened, happened. "We have one final and it is tomorrow". We have one UCL final tomorrow, and if we get through we'll see if we have more .
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We are still in the lead. " For me, the whole game is about these two legs, so I am not interested in what changed ". We are still in the lead. "We know what we are going to face, we know their strengths and weaknesses".
He resigned in 1997 while the company faced federal fraud charges over Medicare billing practices.
Democrats, if they see a blue wave continue its gonna go against Rick Scott.
Gun violence is also likely to be a major issue in the campaign. Scott confidently delivered a speech, warmly smiling at supporters who cheered him on, including state Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis, at least a dozen state lawmakers, Associated Industries of Florida President and Chief Executive Officer Tom Feeney and prominent insurance lobbyist Fred Karlinsky. Bill Nelson for his seat in the Senate.
"(Scott) used the Pulse tragedy as a political prop while shamelessly touting an A-plus rating from the NRA", said Anna Eskamani, a Democratic candidate for an Orlando-area state House seat.
Calling Washington "horribly dysfunctional", Florida Gov. Rick Scott will challenge U.S. Sen. He flew on a space shuttle as a member of Congress, and was elected as Florida's insurance commissioner before running for the Senate.
"This concept of career politicians has got to stop", he said. Now, he's much more relaxed and self-assured.
"Not only did Bill Nelson vote against the GOP tax cuts responsible for bigger paychecks, new job opportunities and higher wages, but Floridians now must worry about Nelson repealing their new economic benefits", National Republican Senate Committee communications director Katie Martin said.