Charlie Crist says he's taking nothing for granted going into Tuesday's primary election


Although the polls don't close down for good in Florida's Primary Election until 7 p.m. on Tuesday, some GOP strategists have been trotting out the mantra that Charlie Crist must somehow take 80 percent of the vote in his battle with Nan Rich, or else he's in trouble going into his contest against Rick Scott in the fall.

"50 (percent) plus one and I'll be a happy man," Crist responded when asked if he's heard of such talk. 

The one-time former Republican Governor was in an extremely humble mood today, one day before most assuredly he will win the Democratic nomination for governor over former Senate Minority Leader Nan Rich. 

"I'm just working hard to be the nominee for the Democratic Party in Florida," he followed up. "I hope it goes well tomorrow. I don't have any expectation of what the number should or should not be. I just want to be able to defeat Rick Scott and get Florida back on track."