With Session over (almost) when does Crist announce and for what

The 2009 Legislative Session passed the 60-day mark yesterday, extended for one more week. The only thing left to do is pass the budget, with tobacco taxes and the Seminole Gaming compact – and the revenue they generate – included.

And so, the next thing for Florida politicos to discuss: Will Governor Charlie Crist run for re-election or for the United States Senate? And when?

So today on Twitter, there is a new #cristcountdown discussion.

What do you think? Post your tweet on Twitter:

RT @StateOfSunshine @jaketapper @markknoller #cristcoundown | Date and office


 


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