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Florida Governor Rick Scott (R) has selected Carlos Lopez-Cantera as the new Lieutenant Governor-Florida-Politics

Florida Governor Rick Scott (R) has selected Carlos Lopez-Cantera as the new Lieutenant Governor-Florida-Politics
Florida Governor Rick Scott (R) has selected Carlos Lopez-Cantera as the new Lieutenant Governor. Lopez-Cantera, 40, will be the state’s first Hispanic lieutenant governor and the first person from Miami-Dade to hold the position since it was re-established by voters over 45 years ago. He replaces Jennifer Carroll, who resigned last March. Lopez-Cantera, a former state House Republican leader who... 

Governor Rick Scott: Florida to Host 2017 World Rowing Championships

Governor Rick Scott: Florida to Host 2017 World Rowing Championships
Florida Governor Rick Scott Image and content obtained from The Office of the Governor-Rick Scott- Governor Rick Scott made the following statement regarding news that Sarasota and Manatee counties will host the World Rowing Championships in 2017: Governor Scott said, “It is great news to hear that the Sunshine State was selected to host the World Rowing Championships in 2017.  With 100,000 tourists... 

Governor Rick Scott on the impact Libor rate manipulation on Florida

Governor Rick Scott on the impact Libor rate manipulation on Florida
Governor Rick Scott is asking Florida’s Congress and other responsible parties to accelerate the impact of this Libor rate manipulation. The massive costs to varying Florida stakeholders is yet to be determined. In today’s financial world its relatively safe to assume we will be discussing billions and not millions. Governor Scott wrote an open letter to the state congress to urging them... 

Governor Rick Scott Attends Opening of Wawa Store in Orlando

Governor Rick Scott Attends Opening of Wawa Store in Orlando
Florida Governor Rick Scott attended the opening of Wawa’s first Florida store located in Orlando, FL. Wawa plans to open 100 stores in Florida over the next five years expecting to create 3,500 jobs in The Sunshine State over the same period. Photo credit: FLGov.com  Read More →
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