TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- BP's Bob Fryar could be in for a long
morning when he sits down with Gov.Charlie Crist and the Florida
The senior vice president is being dispatched to the Tuesday
meeting by BP chief executive office Tony Hayward to answer
questions about problems being created for Florida and other Gulf states by a widening oil spill that threatens shorelines across the southeast.
Chief Financial Office Alex Sink wants some answers to explain
how Florida's coastal resident can get their lives back.
She is one of three politicians on the panel seeking higher
office, including Attorney General Bill McCollum, who could be her
opponent in the November election for governor.
Crist is running for the U.S. Senate.