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John King: Good evening everyone from the University of South Florida in Tampa. This is a special edition of JOHN KING, USA, the Florida's Governor Debate sponsored by CNN and the "St. Petersburg Times". Just eight days from Election Day and this race, one of the nation's most important contests, is a dead heat.

RICK SCOTT: No, you want to joke about this. I can give you some others. You want to talk about Sykes (ph). You want to talk about your county fraud there? You know look I'm proud -- oh, yes, let's laugh about it because only -- shareholders only lost over $500 million. OK, you want to just laugh about these things. Look in contrast, I'm proud of the company I built.

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ALEX SINK: Like I think that the Bush tax cuts ought to be extended. Look, Florida is a state of small businesses, and those tax cuts have got to be extended, because otherwise they will hurt small businesses, and my plan is all around small businesses. I also took issue with the handling of the BP oil spill and they heard about it from me loud and clear.

I do not understand the amnesty crowd. How can giving away citizenship be a solution? I thought we were a nation of laws? The better word is surrender. We don't want to solve the Immigration Arizona problem so just give up. It is a slap in the face to all those who worked so hard to become American citizens. It would also open the door to every Tom, Dick, and Osama.
The candidates have graciously agreed to a free-wheeling format. We'll have a lively conversation and our audience here has agreed to hold all reaction until our hour-long conversation ends. And let me remind the audience one more time that's very important. Don't deny your candidate's time, so let's get started.

But, Adam, everybody hasn't heard about -- my lieutenant governor is a legal immigrant. She came here when she was 8. She's lived the American dream. She was legal. She joined the service after high school as enlisted. In case you beloved this post along with you wish to get guidance relating to Immigration lawyers Arizona (topsite.poketerra.com) generously check out our website. Retired 20 years later as lieutenant commander. All right?

KING: I'm going to call a time-out here because I promised both of you we're going to spend extended time trying to get some answers about both of your companies. Your company -- your bank and your health care company. I want to ask one more question on another issue before we take our first break of the debate. You have said Mr. Rick Scott that you think Florida should essentially copy Arizona. Look at the Immigration Arizona and come up with some version that fits Florida, and you have said you oppose amnesty.