Desperate to turn things around amid embarrassingly low name recognition and lackluster fundraising numbers, the Florida Democrat gubernatorial candidates are increasingly going negative and attacking each other.
In a radio interview last week, Miama Beach Mayor Philip Levine attacked Gwen Graham as entitled for thinking the governorship of Florida is a “crown” she could “inherit,” and even claimed that she had never even held a job.
In response, Graham surrogate Betty Castor accused Levine of being “tone-deaf” for demeaning motherhood as “less than a full-time job.”
Since their top recruit John Morgan passed on running for governor, Florida Democrats are now dependent on their back-up candidates to unify their party. But as these remaining candidates tear each other apart and reveal themselves to be out-of-touch with Floridians, their chances of taking back the governorship continues to diminish.