Orlando, FL (AP) - Candidates for several statewide offices
are courting Florida's agriculture vote.
Hopefuls for governor, attorney general and agriculture
commissioner spoke Friday afternoon during a luncheon for the
Agriculture Institute of Florida. It was attended by about 100
farmers and agriculture experts.
Alex Sink, the Democratic nominee for governor, and Rick Scott,
the Republican nominee for governor, took several questions from
farmers and landowners.
Agriculture and consumer services commissioner candidates Adam
Putnam, Scott Maddox and Thad Hamilton also attended, along with
Attorney General candidate Pam Bondi.
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