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Received this e-mail today from Charlie Crist's (D. FL) gubernatorial campaign:
Today I am excited to release "Fair Shot Florida," the first part of my comprehensive plan to grow Florida's economy from the middle class out.

Take a look at the plan yourself -- then share it with your friends and family.

http://action.charliecrist.com/...

Here's what I plan to do if you give me the honor and privilege of serving as governor:

Restore Rick Scott's cuts to public school funding -- because our kids deserve to be our number one priority.

Urge the Legislature to raise the minimum wage to $10.10, because every Floridian deserves the dignity of being able to support their family.

Extend health care coverage to the almost one million Floridians who need it, creating 120,000 jobs and generating more than $5 billion in tax revenue for state and local governments.

Make higher education and vocational training more affordable by creating a loan-forgiveness program, a student loan financing authority, and making it easier for "first in the family" students to afford college.

Bring schools and business together to make sure that Florida's workers are learning the skills they need from day one.

Under Rick Scott, the scales are tipped in favor of the wealthy, the special interests, and the corporations. "Fair Shot Florida" is about giving everyday Floridians a chance at success.

Learn more about the first part of our plan -- then pass it along:

http://action.charliecrist.com/...

God bless you,

Charlie

Click here to read more about Crist's plan and please do share it on social media:

http://action.charliecrist.com/...

Originally posted to pdc on Tue Aug 05, 2014 at 12:31 PM PDT.

Also republished by North & Central Florida Kossacks, The Democratic Wing of the Democratic Party, and DKos Florida.

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