Jeff Greene for U.S. Senate: Failed Career Politican Charlie Crist: Least Popular Governor in 16 Years
55 Percent Of Floridians Disapprove Of Governor Crist
West Palm Beach, FL – With the release of today’s Mason-Dixon poll that shows Governor Crist at a record low approval rating, it has become clear that the people of Florida won’t be fooled by yet another flip-flopping career politician.
“Floridians should not be surprised that Governor Crist has the lowest approval rating of any Florida governor in 16 years. He bolted from the GOP when it became clear he wasn’t going to be the nominee for Republican Party of Florida. He’s since tried to reinvent himself as a centrist, and lied about his conservative stances on issues like off-shore oil drilling and a woman’s right to choose. Now, he’s running from photo op to photo op trying to salvage his career,” said Jeff Greene, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate. “Governor Crist is another in a series of failed career politicians like Kendrick Meek and Marco Rubio that put their corrupt special interest cronies first and the people of Florida last.”
Greene continued, “My campaign as a Democrat for the United States Senate provides the people of the Sunshine State with a clear choice between three failed career politicians and a strong successful outsider who will work to create jobs and revitalize the economy. I’ll put Florida first, and unlike the other candidates in this race I refuse to let lobbyists buy my influence with special interest money.”
The latest Mason-Dixon poll found that Floridians rated Governor Crist’s performance as governor at “excellent” or “good” only 44% of the time. 55% of Floridians think Crist is a “fair” or “poor” leader of the state government.
For Immediate Release: August 13, 2010
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