My job is to enforce the laws of Florida.

I think most people are not willing to make the tough choices.

My job is to make sure that if you're a family in Florida, your children can get a good education and you have the opportunity for a job. That's my job and that's what I think about every day.

Allowing casinos to operate without having races could result in the end of dog racing in Florida as we know it. Right now, greyhound racing is in many cases a money-losing proposition, but the dog tracks are forced to continue it because they have to have races in order to operate the lucrative casinos.

Studies show that people that are on welfare are higher users of drugs than people not on welfare.

I stand for limited government, fiscal responsibility, personal freedom, personal responsibility, so the Republican Party will support me.

Floridians are a strong, resilient people. We are fortunate to live in a great state where all Floridians enjoy opportunities to get a great job and a world-class education.

While the federal government is committed to paying 100% of the cost of new people in Medicaid, I cannot, in good conscience, deny the uninsured access to care.

My job is to get people back to work and make tough decisions. I've been willing to do it.

With over 20 million residents and 100 million tourists, we must stay ahead of the possible spread of the Zika virus and take immediate action to ensure Florida is prepared.

The pollsters and pundits will keep trying to read voters' minds.

Everybody that has a measurement, whether it's in teaching or whether it's in your job, you're always worried how you will be measured.

I grew up in the Methodist church. My wife grew up in the Baptist church. And wives get everything they want. So we got married in the Baptist church.

I believe in the right to defend yourself.

I'm going to work with the Senate and the House to make sure we have a bill that lowers tuition for all Floridians.

I am absolutely convinced that Florida will become the most exciting place in the world to live and work.

If you're going to be successful, you better have a goal, you better find really good people, better understand where all the money's coming from. And you better measure the living daylights out of it.

Faced with a deep recession, some say the answer is to expand the role of government.

I'm not going to suggest to a delegate at what they ought to do.

Let's remember, the Second Amendment has been around for over 200 years.

People win elections based on having the right ideas, the right plans, like my seven step plan for 700,000 jobs. That's what wins elections.

There's a book out called 'How Money Walks' written by Travis Brown. He's followed annual adjusted gross income from 1992 to 2011. Approximately $100 billion has moved to Florida from all over the country. Number two is Arizona. Where does it come from? It's come from New York; it's come from New Jersey; and it's come from California.

It is appalling that President Obama would cut off federal health care dollars to Florida in an effort to force our state further into Obamacare.

Stimulus does not work.

Somebody's going to have to stand up to ISIS. It is a threat. When we have Americans beheaded, when we have people posing as refugees and become terrorists as in France, this is a scary time in the world.

We know Zika's not going to go on vacation.

I love the 20 million people that live in my state and 100 million tourists.

I stood up for what I believed in starting businesses.

What you see is when the government gets involved, you run out of money and health care gets rationed.

I want every health care professional, every first-responder, every citizen, every visitor to know that in Florida we continue to prepare for the worst. But we pray for the best.

I try to be respectful of how other people think, I try to listen to what they're saying.

If poor people are spending their own money, it is amazing how fast they will figure out how to keep a lid on medical bills.

I believe in the principle that if you have more competition, it will drive down the prices.

Taxpayers need a businessman who knows how to create jobs, cut costs and balance budgets.

I don't go to the federal government and say, 'Fund my program.'

I don't like losing money. I don't go gamble. Because I don't want to lose any money. I didn't grow up with any money and I'm not going to go gamble and lose money.

Students can spend their money better than government can. It should not require a federal loan and decades of debt for students to get a college degree. Price limits access - plain and simple.

I can't imagine anybody not wanting to make sure that noncitizens don't dilute legitimate U.S. citizens' vote.

General revenue - what taxpayers are willing to give government, what they think is fair to give government - is not going to grow at the same amount that the federal government basically forces us to spend on Medicaid.

We want Florida to be first for jobs, and we must have a skilled workforce to reach that goal. By investing in science, technology, engineering and math education, we are ensuring our students are prepared for the jobs of the future. Our teachers are essential to preparing our students.

I support Donald Trump because I believe he's a businessperson that's going to get the economy going, but also he's going to focus on how we destroy ISIS.

I'm never going to become an expert on how you get delegates. I think what you've got to do is follow the will of voters.

When you're the CEO, you take responsibility.

I had a mother that told me what to do all my life, and I traded that in for a wife. We got married two years out of high school which is not what you tell your kids to do, right?

Foreign policy is important.

I don't want to tell Gov. Brewer what to do; she can do what's best for her state.

My mom never went to college, but for her own children, getting a great education was not an option.

I need a partner in D.C. that cares about jobs.

The most important thing is to tell people to go out and vote.