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Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) was reportedly booed out of a restaurant as protesters vented their frustration over the state’s red algae tide crisis.

Scott was making a campaign stop in Venice, Fla. when he was met with angry protesters outside of Mojo’s Real Cuban restaurant on Monday, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune reported. The governor, who is term-limited under Florida’s constitution, is currently in a tight race against incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson (D) for Nelson’s Senate seat.

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He entered the restaurant but only stayed about 10 minutes before he left to a booing crowd.

His supporters held up campaign signs and chanted “Rick Scott” to drown out the protesters.

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