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Florida Governor Charlie Crist and former Florida Speaker of the House Marco Rubio are competing in the Florida Senate Republican primary.  Crist seen as the establishment candidate, Rubio is a conservative favorite.  Crist is falling fast in the most recent poll.

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I’ve said before I think Rubio best represents the type of candidate that we need in the Senate (not that my opinion means a whole lot).  Crist is representative, in my opinion, of what has been wrong with the GOP. Crist ending the debate with a personal smear I don’t think bodes well for him.

One good thing though is that he committed not to run as an independent if he loses the nomination.

So you do you think won the debate?

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