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Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist waves after meeting supporters outside the North Miami Public Library in Miami, Florida August 24, 2014. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas

Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist waves after meeting supporters outside the North Miami Public Library in Miami, Florida August 24, 2014. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas

Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist waves after meeting supporters outside the North Miami Public Library in Miami, Florida August 24, 2014. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas
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Combination file photos show former Republican Governor Charlie Crist (L), now running for the Democrats, addressing supporters during a rally in St. Petersburg, Florida, November 4, 2013 and Florida Republican Governor Rick Scott speaking at a ceremony in Doral, Florida August 28, 2013. REUTERS/Steve Nesius/Joe Skipper

Combination file photos show former Republican Governor Charlie Crist (L), now running for the Democrats, addressing supporters during a rally in St. Petersburg, Florida, November 4, 2013 and Florida Republican Governor Rick Scott speaking at a...more

Combination file photos show former Republican Governor Charlie Crist (L), now running for the Democrats, addressing supporters during a rally in St. Petersburg, Florida, November 4, 2013 and Florida Republican Governor Rick Scott speaking at a ceremony in Doral, Florida August 28, 2013. REUTERS/Steve Nesius/Joe Skipper
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