DeSantis has now yanked 215 of Scott’s prior appointments. With this move, DeSantis effectively blocked every appointment Scott issued on his way out the door—and then some.
the new governor “knows that we have to work together, and he’s working hard to at least let us know where the executive stands.”
A Venice crowd, incensed about the toxic algae, jams sidewalks as the governor visits Sarasota County, chanting “Red Tide Rick!”
As the country gets ready for a Trump administration his friend and political ally Scott may prove a valuable example of the challenges that lie ahead.
From Politico’s Matt Dixon, 11/16/16: Gov. Rick Scott will be flying to New York on Thursday to meet with President-elect Donald Trump in Trump Tower. […]
From Kristen M. Clark of the Times/Herald Tallahassee Bureau, 10/06/2016: TALLAHASSEE — As South Florida began to see squalls from the outer bands of Hurricane […]
From Mary Ellen Klas of Tampa Bay Times, 09/12/2016: Florida Supreme Court Justice James E.C. Perry notified Gov. Rick Scott on Monday that he will retire […]
By Jeremy Wallace of the Times/Herald Tallahassee Bureau, 08/24/2016: Gov. Rick Scott might need a refresher on Florida’s geography. During an interview on Fox News […]
From Orlando Sentinel‘s Gray Rohrer, 08/02/2016: Gov. Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi didn’t endorse Donald Trump’s recent comments about the father of a […]
The Naples Daily News’ Arek Sarkissian, 07/21/2016: Gov. Rick Scott’s top staff members received more than $100,000 in pay increases in recent months after the […]