Come November 2014, voters here in Florida will see a familiar name on the ballet. Former Florida Governor, Charlie Crist has decided to run for the gubernatorial term once again.
The former Republican-- turned Independent-- turned Democrat filed the proper papers needed to get on the ballot Friday. If Crist wins the Democratic party's nomination he will face off with current Florida Governor, Rich Scott in the 2014 race.
Back in 2010, Crist ran for the U.S. Senate as an Independent. He lost that run to Senator Marco Rubio (R) of Miami. Since that lost, Crist has been low key as far as politics are concerned.
He's been working as an attorney for well known Florida law group, Morgan and Morgan.
Crist will make his formal announcement on Monday at 10 a.m.