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August 26, 2014 7:59 PM

Charlie Crist cruises in Democratic primary win, but race against Rick Scott is tough toss-up

In the Democratic primary, there was never any doubt Charlie Crist was going to beat former state senator Nan Rich. The next campaign against Gov. Rick Scott will be a tight race.

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