Florida has an interesting wild card in the race for governor. Libertarian candidate Adrian Wyllie earned nine percent in Quinnipiac's most recent poll.
"Libertarian Adrian Wyllie is not, at this point, a serious contender to win the governorship. But he may have a great deal to say about who does win," said Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll. "Virtually no one knows much about Wyllie, but there are a lot of Floridians who aren't keen on either of the major party candidates, Gov. Rick Scott or former Gov. Charlie Christ."
Wylie acknowledges he's a long shot, but believes he has a chance of winning.
FOX 13 Political Editor Craig Patrick sat down with him to find out why he's running, and where he stands on the issues. You can watch his report in the video player above.
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