By Bill Cotterell
Rick Scott had his back against the wall, and he didn’t like it.
It was June 17, 2010, and the unknown Naples businessman had just filed his papers to run for governor. A swarm of Capitol reporters pounced as he left the Division of Elections, peppering him with questions about what made him think he could start in state government at the very top.
A half-hour later, Scott was addressing the Capital Tiger Bay Club and he opened with a few remarks about being ambushed at the R. A. Gray Building. Those reporters and TV crews had just walked up and started asking him questions – did you know they do that? [Read More]