Meet Our Governors


Rick Scott

2015 Inaugural Address

Governor Scott
The Capitol
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0001
Phone: 850-488-7146
Fax: 850-487-0801

Southern Governors' Representative
Douglas J. Callaway, Director of Federal Affairs




Florida News Digest

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1/20/2015 FL Gov. Scott Announces Kellstrom Defense Will Expand Operations in Miramar Company to create 20 new jobs and make a capital investment of $5.9 million. [Read More]
9/22/2014 FL Gov. Scott: Naples-Marco Island Metro Area Adds 4,000 New JobsIndustries gaining most jobs were construction with 900 new jobs and professional and business services with 800 new jobs. [Read More]
7/16/2014 FL Gov. Scott Announces Advanced IT Concepts Corporate HQ ExpansionProject will bring 50 new jobs and capital investment of $1.87 million to area over next five years. [Read More]
6/30/2014 FL Gov. Scott: Comcast Creating 220 New Jobs in Fort MyersGrowth will expand customer-dedicated “Center of Excellence” and Call Center facility to more than 400 employees. [Read More]
5/19/2014 Gov. Scott: Florida Businesses Created 33,700 Jobs in AprilSince December 2010, Florida has added 600,400 private sector jobs. [Read More]
4/21/2014 Gov. Scott: Florida Businesses Created 20,900 Jobs in MarchBusinesses in state are continuing to create jobs –- a total of 563,900 jobs since December 2010. [Read More]
4/9/2014 FL Gov. Scott Announces SHL Pharma Expansion in Deerfield BeachCompany will expand U.S. headquarters, adding 30 jobs. [Read More]
3/28/2014 FL Gov. Scott: Lockheed Martin Plans $80 Million ExpansionWill create 200 jobs at Orlando Mission Systems and Training Center. [Read More]
3/13/2014 FL Gov. Scott Highlights Early Learning at Academy of Science and DiscoveryProposed $59 million in increased funding for early childhood education represents largest boost in past decade. [Read More]
3/7/2014 FL Gov. Scott Presents Five 2014 District Teachers of the Year with Shine Awards"These teachers provide our students with the framework needed to succeed in the classrooms and beyond." [Read More]

Governor's Priorities

Accountability Budgeting

Reduce Government Spending

Regulatory Reform

Job Growth and Retention

World Class Universities

Reduce Property Taxes

Eliminate Business Income Tax