Republican Governor Rick Scott was in Quincy for a morning meeting on Monday, June 4. described as a Gadsden County Rountable Session, one of several sessions he had scheduled in Panhandle counties that day.
"It was great to be in Gadsden County this morning talking about economic issues with local leadership," tweeted Scott following the session.
Gadsden County School Superintendent Reginald James, who attended the event, said that in addition to economic issues, Scott noted Gadsden County's outstanding FCAT scores.
After his hour-long session in Quincy, Scott headed west to Marinanna for the Jackson County session. Before the day ended, he was also scheduled to be a joing Washington and Holmes County session, Walton County and Calhoun County.