What's up with Republican governors and work?
They're either out hiking the Appalachian Trail or resigning.
And what about Charlie Crist?
He's not quitting or hiking but he's not exactly working himself to death either.
Marc Caputo and Shannon Colavecchio, of the St. Petersburg Times/Miami Herald Tallahassee Bureau reviewed Crist's schedule and found that, "since campaigning three years ago on a promise to work hard for Floridians, Gov. Charlie Crist has scheduled the equivalent of almost 10 weeks off annually."
"Of his 1,027 days in office, there were a maximum 651.5 work days, not including weekends, holidays nor 22 days of annual leave given to state workers."Read the results of the Herald/Times review of Crist's work habits here and here.