Associated Press Release
OCALA, Fla. (AP) -- Former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist looks as if he's getting ready to run for his old job with his new party.
Less than a year after registering as a Democrat, Crist has been traveling the state talking to Democratic groups. He's looking and sounding a lot like a candidate, and Democrats are giving him a warm welcome.
Crist says he'll make a decision in the fall. It's highly expected he'll run for governor.
Republicans have anticipated an announcement. For more than a year, the party has relentlessly attacked Crist.
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