File- This Oct. 2, 2013 file photo shows Florida Gov. Rick Scott gesturing as he talks to guests and entrepreneurs at the XVII Alliance Business Expo during Hispanic Heritage Month in Doral, Fla. Scott, whose catchphrase "It's working" is the theme for his re-election, has been willing to try just about anything to get Floridians to like him. It's not working. Since the day he was elected, polls have shown that more Floridians dislike him than like him. Not that he hasn't made efforts to win them over. He tried social media outreach, then gave it up. He tried dressing casual, then gave it up. He tried doing "Let's Get to Work Days" but seems to have abandoned those, too. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, File)
File- This Oct. 2, 2013 file photo shows Florida Gov. Rick Scott gesturing as he talks to guests and entrepreneurs at the XVII Alliance Business Expo during Hispanic Heritage Month in Doral, Fla. Scott, whose catchphrase "It's working" is the theme for his re-election, has been willing to try just about anything to get Floridians to like him. It's not working. Since the day he was elected, polls have shown that more Floridians dislike him than like him. Not that he hasn't made efforts to win them over. He tried social media outreach, then gave it up. He tried dressing casual, then gave it up. He tried doing "Let's Get to Work Days" but seems to have abandoned those, too. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, File) AP
File- This Oct. 2, 2013 file photo shows Florida Gov. Rick Scott gesturing as he talks to guests and entrepreneurs at the XVII Alliance Business Expo during Hispanic Heritage Month in Doral, Fla. Scott, whose catchphrase "It's working" is the theme for his re-election, has been willing to try just about anything to get Floridians to like him. It's not working. Since the day he was elected, polls have shown that more Floridians dislike him than like him. Not that he hasn't made efforts to win them over. He tried social media outreach, then gave it up. He tried dressing casual, then gave it up. He tried doing "Let's Get to Work Days" but seems to have abandoned those, too. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, File) AP

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