ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- Governor Crist says he has no regrets.
Not about running for Senate instead of re-election.
Not about leaving the Republican Party.
Not about the decisions he made during his four years in office.
Crist talked Monday about his time in office and his recent election loss. He said he's not thinking about a political future, but rather weighing several offers to work for private businesses.
He's also talking with Governor-elect Rick Scott weekly during his transition out of office and expressed the hope that Scott and the Republican dominated Legislature remember that there are more Democrats in Florida than Republicans or independents.
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