Saturday, October 2, 2010

Scott's running mate: We'll foster
jobs, limited government

By Dan Well of Newsmax on Oct. 1:
Jennifer Carroll, the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor in Florida, says she and gubernatorial running mate Rick Scott are elected will limit the role of government and slash the Sunshine State’s 11.6 percent unemployment rate.

Scott and Carroll have a seven-step plan to create 700,000 jobs in seven years, Carroll, a state representative and retired Navy lieutenant commander, told Newsmax.TV. She’s also the first black Republican woman to run on the state ticket.

“We recognize that current [economic] conditions aren’t sustainable,” Carroll said. “We need to implement things from the private sector that are proven to work and then merge that with government.”

Read more, plus watch Newsmax's interview with Carroll.


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