How can U.S. Rep. Jim Davis possibly beat charming Charlie Crist, the telegenic, lavishly funded Republican gubernatorial candidate who stuck to the ideological center throughout a sometimes bruising GOP primary?
A) He probably won’t. B) But there’s way too much material for Democrats to work with to chalk this up as a foregone conclusion yet.
Davis emerged as the Democrats’ wounded Democratic nominee Tuesday. He had underestimated Rod Smith’s strength from the start, saw his 20-point primary lead evaporate, and now faces an even tougher — much tougher — general election campaign. More here.