Ten things Alex Sink should have done differently
That Democratic gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink came within 65,000 votes of Rick Scott in a huge Republican-dominated midterm election perhaps is testament to how strong a campaign she ran.But it's also the kind of painfully narrow margin that keeps exhausted campaign operatives pondering what they could have done differently. After all, more than half of Florida voters had a negative impression of Scott, and more than six in 10 of the people who voted for him had reservations.
2010 may have been hopeless for any Democratic candidate in Florida, but what's the fun of finishing a campaign season without some post-Election-Day quarterbacking? So here are 10 things Alex Sink should have done differently: