Perhaps the most common refrain in the Florida governor’s race has been jobs – how many current Gov. Rick Scott has created and how many former Gov. Charlie Crist lost. But despite painting himself as a job creator, Gov. Scott has presided over ten straight months of stagnant unemployment numbers.
If you’ve been in Florida this last month and you’ve got a pulse you’ve probably heard Gov. Scott talking about his record on jobs. It’s been a consistent, doggedly verbatim talking point throughout the campaign and at each of the three televised gubernatorial debates.