Voters do not trust Scott or Crist, turning toward Wyllie in Florida

In a new Quinnipiac University poll out this morning, July 23, 2014, the Libertarian Party of Florida candidate, Adrian Wyllie gains steam as Florida voters seek out alternatives to Rick Scott and Charlie Crist. The last Quinnipiac University poll conducted on the Florida Gubernatorial race on April 30, 2014 did not include Wyllie’s name, so now Quinnipiac has a base-line to go by for future polls. Wyllie starts that base-line at 9% throughout Florida and that is with 92% of those polled not knowing enough about him to form an opinion. This is clearly a failure by the general media to inform the public about the candidates running to be Florida’s next governor.

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1 thought on “Voters do not trust Scott or Crist, turning toward Wyllie in Florida”

  1. Folks, it all comes down to recognition. We need to spread the word about Adrian Wyllie in order for him to win. I am very much behind the “super brochure” plan, so much so, that I personally have completely covered my entire precinct where I live. I think it’s the most affective and economical way to bring the super voters, attention to Adrian Wyllie. Most don’t even know there is another choice other than scott/crist. It only cost me $47.50 to cover my precinct. I urge others to do the same. If you want him elected, you must do something to make it happen. Just your one vote will not do it. Take advantage of this great opportunity we have to get a Libertarian in the Governor’s office. We (Floridians) desperately need this. I beg you to do what you can.

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