(TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is refusing to back her own party when it comes to whether or not three state Supreme Court justices deserve a new term.
The Republican Party of Florida is officially urging its members to vote against three justices who will be on the November ballot.
Bondi, the state's chief legal officer, said Tuesday that she has cases before the high court, and she won't say if she agrees with the decision by party leaders.
Bondi's comments echo other top Republicans. Several have said party leaders have a right to speak their minds on the justices but have also refused to endorse the party position.
Governor Rick Scott on Tuesday also refused to say if people should vote to retain the justices.