As the heap of bills awaiting Gov. Rick Scott’s signature thins, each one he approves or vetoes puts his mark on the state as chief executive but also carries potential impact for his 2014 re-election campaign.
Bills on health care, immigrant rights, voting procedures and others sway different constituencies in different directions. And Scott’s vetoes, especially, paint a broad and sometimes dizzying landscape as he seeks to appeal to an array of voting groups to maintain his hold on the governor’s mansion.
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Palm Beach Post Staff Writer John Kennedy contributed to this story.