Florida governor's race

Updated 11:46 AM ET, Wed March 11, 2015
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Crist waves to a crowd of supporters after delivering his concession speech in Tampa, Florida, on November 4. Chris O'Meara/AP
Florida Gov. Rick Scott waves to the crowd as he and his wife, Ann, take the stage at a victory party in Bonita Spring, Florida, after defeating Democratic challenger Charlie Crist on Tuesday, November 4. Wilfredo Lee/AP
Scott stops by a Republican call center to rally campaign workers on November 4 in Fort Myers, Florida. Erik Kellar/Getty Images
Crist bumps fists with a supporter as he makes an Election Day visit to thank volunteers at the Total Image Hair Salon in Tampa, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images
A man casts his ballot inside a Miami fire station on November 4. Lynne Sladky/AP
Scott speaks in September during an event at the Latin Builders Association, a group that endorsed his re-election bid. Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Crist meets with teachers and parents during a campaign stop in Pembroke Park, Florida, in September. Crist used to be a Republican, but he joined the Democratic Party in 2012. Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Scott visits Miami's Southside Elementary School in August. Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Crist hugs his running mate, Annette Taddeo-Goldstein, shortly after winning the Democratic primary in August. Miami Herald/MCT/Getty Images
The candidates' second televised debate was overshadowed by "Fangate," when Scott refused to go on stage for seven minutes after he discovered Crist had a fan under his podium. Joe Raedle/Getty Images