Gov. Rick Scott talks dollars, donuts on Tampa radio
Times photo, Skip O'Rourke
Florida Gov. Rick Scott continued his radio station circuit Thursday morning on 970 WFLA, briefly discussing everything from his evolving relationship with the media to the economy to his favorite donut.
He didn't offer up any major revelations.
He restated his belief in the private sector and said job growth was on the right track. He defended his decisions on high speed rail. He stood by vote on a controversial election bill ("Do you think more people will get to vote because we have longer voting hours per day? Yeah, that's the right thing to do," he said.)