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Mar
28

Gov. Rick Scott: Naples area leads state in February job growth – Naples Daily News

Naples Daily NewsGov. Rick Scott: Naples area leads state in February job growthNaples Daily NewsUsing a small local sports marketing firm as his backdrop, Gov. Rick Scott announced a win Friday for Naples. The Naples area gained the most jobs in Flori…

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Mar
02

Gov. Rick Scott announces incentive funding in Lee County, state – Naples Daily News

Naples Daily NewsGov. Rick Scott announces incentive funding in Lee County, stateNaples Daily NewsChildren from Harns Marsh Elementary in Lehigh Acres listen to Gov. Rick Scott during a press conference Monday. Melhor Marie Leonor/ Staff. Copyright 201…

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Jan
18

Gov. Rick Scott’s choice to lead Florida Republican Party loses – Naples Daily News


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Gov. Rick Scott’s choice to lead Florida Republican Party loses
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Rick Scott’s pick for chairman in what is believed to be an unprecedented move. State Rep. Blaise Ingoglia, R-Spring Hill, defeated incumbent chair Leslie Dougher, whom Scott selected to lead the party in May. Scott publicly endorsed her re-election bid.
Florida Republicans buck Gov. Rick Scott’s party chairwoman pick, elect state Tampabay.com (blog)
Florida Republicans oust Rick Scott’s hand-picked party chairSaintPetersBlog (blog)

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Jan
15

Gov. Rick Scott wants more money to help charter schools – Naples Daily News

Naples Daily NewsGov. Rick Scott wants more money to help charter schoolsNaples Daily NewsRick Scott wants a significant boost in the money going to help fix and build new charter schools. Scott on Thursday announced he will ask state legislators to se…

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Jan
11

Gov. Rick Scott officially begins second term, but can he overcome lame duck … – Naples Daily News


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Gov. Rick Scott officially begins second term, but can he overcome lame duck
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Rick Scott enters his second and final term, he now assumes the informal title of “lame duck,” a label bestowed on any governor with no prospect of running for re-election. It’s a crass nod to the fact their time in office is coming to an end, a

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Jan
10

Republicans raise more than $800000 to pay for Gov. Rick Scott’s inauguration – Naples Daily News


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Republicans raise more than $800000 to pay for Gov. Rick Scott’s inauguration
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Newly inaugurated Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera, right, points to Florida Gov. Rick Scott at the Florida state Capitol in Tallahassee, Fla., Tuesday Jan. 6, 2015. The inauguration took place in front of the Old Capitol. (AP Photo/Mark Wallheiser).
Republicans raise more than $800K for Scott’s inaugural — mostly from…Palm Beach Post (blog)
Seminole Tribe Atop Latest List Of Inauguration DonorsCBS Local
Republicans raise more than $800000 to pay for inaugurationWPEC

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Jan
08

Gov. Rick Scott scheduled to visit Lorenzo Walker Institute of Technology in … – Naples Daily News

Naples Daily NewsGov. Rick Scott scheduled to visit Lorenzo Walker Institute of Technology in …Naples Daily NewsRick Scott is scheduled to visit Lorenzo Walker Institute of Technology in East Naples on Friday, part of a statewide tour to promote work…

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Jan
07

Gov. Rick Scott’s inauguration – Naples Daily News


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Gov. Rick Scott’s inauguration
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Florida Gov. Rick Scott gives his address after the swearing in for his second term as governor of Florida at the Florida state capitol in Tallahassee, Fla., Tuesday Jan. 6, 2015. The inauguration took place in front of the Old Capitol. (AP Photo/Mark

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Jan
06

Florida Gov. Rick Scott sworn in for second term – Naples Daily News


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Florida Gov. Rick Scott sworn in for second term
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“As Rick Scott starts his second term, Floridians are wondering if this governor will do right by them – or if he will continue to side with big business and the wealthiest special interests,” wrote Florida Democratic Chairwoman Allison Tant in a

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Jan
03

Gov. Rick Scott’s inauguration will be low key affair, but attracts special … – Naples Daily News


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Gov. Rick Scott’s inauguration will be low key affair, but attracts special
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Rick Scott officially starts his second term. But one tradition continues: large special interest groups picking up the tab. The Republican Party of Florida has collected nearly $800,000 for Scott’s inauguration, which has already included a statewide

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Dec
07

Gov. Rick Scott’s new chief of staff quick “with both her smile and middle finger” – Naples Daily News


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Gov. Rick Scott’s new chief of staff quick “with both her smile and middle finger”
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Rick Scott’s chief of staff. The 32-year-old Texas native replaces Adam Hollingsworth and becomes one of the youngest people in Florida to serve in the role. Sellers has spent much of her career working in communications or on the campaign trail. She

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Dec
03

Editorial: What an inaugural difference four years makes for Gov. Rick Scott – Naples Daily News


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Editorial: What an inaugural difference four years makes for Gov. Rick Scott
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Rick Scott’s inauguration in January 2011 following his election in November 2010. This time, let’s dish out a little barbecued praise for the jobs-focused statewide tour Scott is taking, rather than hosting ceremonial extravagance in Tallahassee in
Gov. Rick Scott to kick off second inaugural with a Jobs Jamboree barbecueSaintPetersBlog (blog)
Gov. Rick Scott begins term with ‘Jobs Jamboree’ eventFlorida Flambeau
Scott celebrates win with Jobs JamboreeTBO.com
CBS Local -Wink News -WFLA
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Nov
09

New agenda for re-elected Gov. Rick Scott looks much like old one: Jobs – Naples Daily News


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New agenda for re-elected Gov. Rick Scott looks much like old one: Jobs
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NAPLES, Fla. – In 2010, Republican Gov. Rick Scott emerged as a candidate singularly focused on jobs. Four years later, his top priority remains the same. “I can tell you this, I will not let up,” said Scott, a Naples Republican, on Tuesday moments
Bousquet column: A few notes on the 2014 election in FloridaTampabay.com
Election shows just how different we are in North FloridaTallahassee.com
To win in 2016, here’s what GOP should do nowSun Sentinel
Bradenton Herald -MiamiHerald.com -Suncoast News
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Nov
01

Rick Scott, Charlie Crist bring in big party names for final weekend of close race – Naples Daily News


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Rick Scott, Charlie Crist bring in big party names for final weekend of close race
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Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist go into the final days of the hard-fought campaign with some of their party’s top surrogates by their side, as the latest early voting results show the election likely will be decided by a razor-thin

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Oct
26

Rick Scott: Political novice with stubborn agenda becomes politician who … – Naples Daily News

Naples Daily NewsRick Scott: Political novice with stubborn agenda becomes politician who …Naples Daily NewsRick Scott, in a bubbly, happy tone. The person he was trying to coax into offering a greeting was his toddler grandson, Quinton, whom Scott h…

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Oct
26

Editorial: Gov. Rick Scott has earned four more years – Naples Daily News


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Editorial: Gov. Rick Scott has earned four more years
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Rick Scott is the more accomplished governor. Florida’s continuing recovery from the Great Recession should be entrusted to Scott, who we’re confident will further grow business, promote job creation, invest in education and safeguard the environment.

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Oct
11

Gov. Rick Scott and Charlie Crist spar in first debate that gets testy as … – Naples Daily News

Naples Daily NewsGov. Rick Scott and Charlie Crist spar in first debate that gets testy as …Naples Daily NewsDemocrat Charlie Crist, a former Republican governor of Florida, left, and Florida Republican Gov. Rick Scott, right, listen to the moderator…

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