Rick Scott won’t say for whom he voted (because normally he’s so open and forthcoming)

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Gov. Rick Scott won’t say who got his vote in Florida’s presidential preference primary, reports the Associated Press.

Scott voted Tuesday at his local voting precinct near the Governor’s Mansion in Tallahassee.

The Republican first-term governor had not publicly endorsed any candidate. But he did defend candidate Mitt Romney last week in critical remarks about political attack ads.

Scott joked with reporters after he voted that his choice did have “less than 10 letters in the last name.”

Scott has a home in Naples but became a Leon County voter last year.

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