Write to me, Scott tells workers: 'I don't have email'
Gov. Rick Scott visited the Department of Elder Affairs Tuesday and spoke for 20 minutes to about 200 employees who packed a conference room. At the end of his talk, the governor who wants to run the state "like a business" asked people with suggestions to write a letter and send it to the Capitol through the U.S. Postal Service -- because he doesn't use email.
"If you have any questions, don't hesitate to send me, I don't have e-mail," Scott said. "It's easier if I never get e-mailed. I get embarrassed by it that way. It's not as easy to communicate," Scott said. "Have a great day."
Yet the governor tweets, but doesn't do email? What's with that?
Here, courtesy of WFSU 88.9, is a clip of Scott's remarks at the end of his talk:
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