HH: Listen up. To my wonderful sister-in-law Snow down in Key West to my friends in the Panhandle, from one end of Florida over in Tampa and Sarasota, over to Orlando, listen up, because I’ve got your great governor, Rick Scott, joining me right now from Florida. Governor Scott, good morning to you. I’m telling everyone who’s playing Midterm Madness to pick Scott, because I think this isn’t close, and I think they’re going to call you early on Election Night. And it’s going to be a boost to the Republicans. How do you feel about your Senate race?
RS: We’re going to win. The, I’m hopeful, like you are, that they’ll call it early. We’re doing really well. We’re traveling the state. We have three rallies today, five rallies tomorrow. We had four rallies yesterday, big turnout. So it’s, the bottom line is get out and vote. If you have a mail-in ballot, take it to your supervised election. Don’t put it in the mail now. We do have, you know, Hugh, we have early voting today in the Panhandle where we had the hurricane. And of course, everybody’s got to get out tomorrow.
HH: And I’m on in the Panhandle. And I want to emphasize, they’ve got places, I talked to the Governor about the recovery last week. They have special places for you to go and vote. And they can vote today, Governor?
RS: Yeah, you can vote today in the impacted counties. Usually, you cannot vote the day before the election, early voting. But you can right now because of that. We just wanted, you know, the goal is we want 100% participation in this election, and 0% fraud. And so we made it easier for people in those impacted counties to vote. So it’s a clear choice. We’ve just got to get out and get out and vote, and we have a big win.