Campbell's, McCollum's anti-consumer baggage
Florida's next attorney general likely will be expected to carry the consumer flag in Tallahassee, like Charlie Crist and Bob Butterworth before him.
But the two men now running for the job both have angered consumer groups in making some high-profile decisions, a St. Petersburg Times review of their voting histories reveals. Both Democrat Walter "Skip" Campbell and Republican Bill McCollum have written legislation and cast votes that have been criticized as anticonsumer, sometimes at the request of business interests. Story here.