Scott shook every hand, served fish at festival


Politicians far and wide are known for kissing babies and shaking hands, but only in Perry at the Florida Forest Festival can the governor of the State of Florida spend part of his day serving meals as part of the World’s Largest Free Fish Fry.

And that is just what Gov. Rick Scott did Saturday, Oct. 26, becoming the first sitting governor to attend and take part in the festival since Gov. Lawton Chiles in the 1990s.

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