Florida’s Lieutenant Governor Carlos “Nothing to Do” Lopez-Cantera is officially running for the U.S. Senate, and he’s touting his experience as LG to get him to DC.
But what record does Lopez-Cantera have to point to since he’s been serving Florida as LG?
- Well, there’s costing Florida taxpayers $8,000 for weekly travel so he can spend his weekends at his home in Miami.
- And there’s the $120,000 paycheck he plans to keep while he’s running for Senate.
- Oh, and then there’s the fact that Florida’s constitution gives the lieutenant governor NO OFFICIAL DUTIES.
Lopez-Cantera’s own schedule shows that he had NOTHING TO DO for the majority of his last two months as lieutenant governor. He’ll have his hands full now, entering into what is sure to be a bloody and costly GOP primary.