Florida Gov. Charlie Crist says it is “very lonely” running as an independent.
Since he quit his party, Crist says he has discovered that people he thought were friends turned out to be only Republican friends, who dropped Crist after he left the GOP.
Crist has lost so many campaign staffers that his sister is now running his third-party effort.
“When you’re not affiliated with a party, it can be very lonely, particularly initially,” Crist told The Hill in an hourlong phone interview. Continue reading here.