The Florida governor's race heats up over a fan. LZ Granderson, Ana Navarro, Kevin Madden and Penny Lee discuss.
Former Florida governor Charlie Crist, a Republican turned Democrat, wants his old job back and isn't afraid to embrace Obama or Obamacare to get there.
Former Governor Charlie Crist (D) is battling Florida Governor Rick Scott (R) for his old job as governor.
Former Florida governor Charlie Crist, a Republican turned Democrat, argued Democrats are “overthinking” and they should simply support President Obama.
By Michelle Koepp
“Winners have more friends than losers do” Charlie Crist writes in his recently-released book, “The Party’s Over: How the Extreme Right Hijacked the GOP and I Became a Democrat.” The former Republican politician, who governed Florida from 2007 to 2011, is running for his old job again, but this time as a Democrat. Supporters argue that Crist’s shift in allegiances is the sign of a rational politician who is unafraid to make a dramatic, albeit risky, political evolution. Detractors argue that Crist will play any card just in the hopes of coming out the winner.