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The current governor of Florida, Republican Rick Scott announced his run for Senate early in April. He recently signed

the HB 7055 and SB 4 bills into law, creating scholarships, limiting teacher unions and expanding the Bright Futures Program.

Democrat Bill Nelson is running for reelection in this years Florida Senate race. He helped in the passing of bills proposing federal funding for safer schools. He has represented Florida in the Senate since 2001.

"Bill Nelson should win because Rick Scott is a poor candidate." Megan Pelletier, 10
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