Florida Gov. Rick Scott “may not endorse” for the Florida primary, his spokesman told TPM on Monday. Besides television news appearances, Scott doesn’t have any primary-related appearances scheduled.
Scott’s press secretary, Lane Wright, writes:
Many TV news outlets have requested interviews to talk about the primary, but other than that, Governor Scott doesn’t have any primary-related appearances scheduled. As for your question on endorsements, Governor Scott says he wants someone in the White House who will be a partner with us in Florida to help improve the economy. We need someone who understands that the private sector creates jobs, not government. But he has not yet endorsed anyone, and he may not endorse for the primary.