Rick Scott waves to his supporters after winning the Republican primary for Governor of Florida, Tuesday night, Aug. 24, 2010 at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina. Scott's  daughter Allison is at right. Scott, who made a fortune in the health care industry and spent $39 million of it blanketing the state with TV ads, will face Alex Sink, the state's chief financial officer who sailed to the Democratic nomination. (AP Photo/Michael Laughlin, Sun Sentinel)
Rick Scott waves to his supporters after winning the Republican primary for Governor of Florida, Tuesday night, Aug. 24, 2010 at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina. Scott's daughter Allison is at right. Scott, who made a fortune in the health care industry and spent $39 million of it blanketing the state with TV ads, will face Alex Sink, the state's chief financial officer who sailed to the Democratic nomination. (AP Photo/Michael Laughlin, Sun Sentinel) Associated Press
Rick Scott waves to his supporters after winning the Republican primary for Governor of Florida, Tuesday night, Aug. 24, 2010 at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina. Scott's daughter Allison is at right. Scott, who made a fortune in the health care industry and spent $39 million of it blanketing the state with TV ads, will face Alex Sink, the state's chief financial officer who sailed to the Democratic nomination. (AP Photo/Michael Laughlin, Sun Sentinel) Associated Press

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