asked if the Lt. Governor would make a good Governor if Crist seeks out
and becomes the vice-presidential running mate for John Mccain.
Crist avoided clarification about whether he was going for the title of
vice-presidential nominee, but he did show his support for Kottkamp.
"There's no question that he's the greatest Lt. Governor in the
history of Florida, in my humble opinion, that's why I picked him.
He's a great public servant and I'm honored to serve with him,"
says Gov. Crist.
with citizens behind close doors, in private meetings, one on one. Each
person got 5 minutes.
Carbaugh is a Palmetto resident. "Hopefully he engages on the
issues that are important to a majority of the people here," says
Carbaugh. He came to discuss reforming the judicial
qualifications commission. He says it's the group that
investigates complaints of misconduct of judges. "In their
present form...I believe that they're ineffective and exist as a fašade
and they're really not doing their job," says Carbaugh. He's
cautiously optimistic his meeting will bring about the change he is
lives in Venice. "I came here to talk to him about the
injustices that are happening in homeowners associations," says
Kirk. She spoke to the Lt. Governor. "I feel much
better because he promised me he would get in touch with the speaker of
the house," says Kirk.
came to discuss his plan to increase state revenue by leasing land.
"He's going to get back to me on it, which is good," says