Florida media are ignoring Charlie Crist’s financial investment conflicts of interest despite dogging Rick Scott about putting his assets in a blind trust.
Former Gov. Charlie Crist owns nearly $100,000 in the stock of a company regulated by his political appointees, raising serious conflict of interest issues.
Millionaire Charlie Crist claims he has lived paycheck to paycheck his entire life, calling to mind millionaire Hillary Clinton claiming to be “dead broke.”
The Tampa Bay Times is trying to gin up a fictitious Rick Scott scandal, sounding the alarm that Scott once invested in Florida oil.
The Tampa Bay Times is upset that Gov. Rick Scott vetoed money for an “anti-poverty” program, but the program is merely a grab bag of liberal priorities.
The liberal Tampa Bay Times is ginning up a fictitious narrative that a proposed passenger train on Florida’s east coast is highly controversial.
Greenlight Pinellas claims building a single line of light rail tracks from St. Petersburg to Clearwater will cost “only” a 1% sales tax hike.
With Pinellas County voters soon deciding on a proposal to finance a light rail system, here is a question-and-answer information sheet on the proposal.
PolitiFact Florida rode to Charlie Crist’s defense last week, claiming a pro-Nan Rich mailer contained “mostly outdated” attacks on Crist’s record.