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Rick Scott Keeping Distance From Mitt Romney Campaign In Florida

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Whatever strategy presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has for winning Florida, it doesn't include campaigning with Gov. Rick Scott.

Tuesday was the latest example of how Scott has steered clear — or been steered clear —from the presidential campaign trail.

Read the whole story at Tampa Bay Times

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