Florida Governor Charlie Crist, the Republican traitor who is running for the Senate as an independent, is mum on who he is supporting as his replacement, telling reporters "the beauty of our country is that we have a secret ballot."
But the secret ballot is under attack. Big Labor and their Democratic enablers want to eliminate the right of workers to a secret ballot election when deciding whether to join a union.
But Crist says he has an "open mind" on supporting the so-called Employee Free Joice Act, an anti-jobs favorite of unions which will take away workplace secret ballot elections.
Marco Rubio, the Republican nominee for that Florida US Senate seat, received a bump in the polls after Tuesday's primary election. The latest Rasmussen survey places Rubio with 40 percent of the vote, while Crist has 30 percent. The Democratic nominee, Kendrick Meek, trails with just 21 percent. Rasmussen now rates the race as "Leans Republican."
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