Inauguration

Florida Channel

Governor Rick Scott was sworn in for his second term Tuesday on the old steps of the Florida Capitol in Tallahassee. After the swearing in of the Cabinet members and his Lieutenant Governor, Governor Scott took his oath of office for the second time.

Throughout his Inaugural address, Scott touched on education and the environment. But, at the center of his speech was the cornerstone of both of his gubernatorial campaigns: jobs.

Governor Scott Celebrates Second Inaugural

Jan 6, 2015
Florida Channel

Ceremonies are underway for the second term of Governor Rick Scott.

This morning hundreds of people attended a prayer breakfast for the state's top executive at Florida A&M University. Roads surrounding the capitol building have been blocked off and the Historic Capitol building has been decorated in advance of Scott's arrival.

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As a blanket of cold air moved in Monday, Tallahassee prepared for the pomp of another inaugural ceremony.

The swearing in of 62-year-old Gov. Rick Scott will make him only the second Republican to serve two terms since 1968.

Scott is expected to touch on familiar themes in his inaugural address, including increasing school funding, cutting taxes and expanding the job market.

Scott’s office released snippets of his remarks earlier in the day. He will taunt rival New York state, which recently surrendered its status as the nation’s third largest to Florida.