‘Pick people you would hire’: Rick Scott likens down-ballot races to job interviews

U.S. Sen. Rick Scott is urging voters to see themselves as the ultimate hiring manager when selecting candidates.

“How many people in the House or the Senate would you hire to work at your business? If you wouldn’t hire them, then why are you voting for them? It’s as simple as that,” Scott said.

“Let’s start electing people we would hire,” Scott continued. “Because guess what? We’re giving them a lot of power over our lives.”

Scott, the National Republican Senatorial Committee Chair for the 2022 cycle, extended his analysis from federal races to down-ballot battles on the local level.

“These School Board

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