Frank Torres, Orlando Freelance Reporter

Thursday Morning Political Headlines: Governor Rick Scott continues Orlando Media Offensive

In Uncategorized on April 19, 2012 at 12:55 pm

It’s never a good morning when you wake up in a world without Dick Clark. Rest in Peace.

Meanwhile, Florida Governor Rick Scott continues his media offensive here in the I4 corridor meeting with several reporters, radio show hosts, and even the Orlando Sentinel Editorial Board. This is his second visit to the board in 6 months, he forfeited all editorial board visits during his 2010 Gubernatorial run. Now, with the contenders lining up (more on that later today) he’s working to get approval numbers up.

That story leads off your Thursday Morning Political Headlines.

Orlando Sentinel: (VIDEO) Here’s video of Rick Scott at Sentinel editorial board

WESH 2: Gov. Scott To Name Gun Law Task Force

CF News 13: (AP) Stronger Mich. economy could hurt Romney’s chances

WOFL FOX 35: Romney Goes on the Attack in Swing States

WFTV 9 Eyewitness News:(AP) Obama campaign releases first Spanish TV ads

WKMG Local 6: (CNN) Republicans divided on VP choice

Governor Scott is on the charm offensive this week, meeting with several media organizations.

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