Tuesday's Democratic primary for governor in Florida is not a heated contest by any stretch.


Candidate Charlie Crist has even ignored his opponent Nan Rich throughout the campaign.


And, Rich has said she has felt abandoned by her party.


But, Rich, on South Florida's First News on WIOD Tuesday morning, said nobody should count her out, as she has been campaigning across the state and has many passionate voters supporting her.


"It's up to the people of Florida. The people who get out to vote will make that decision," she said.


Still, Rich said, no matter which way things go, she will support whoever is the Democratic nominee for governor.


Crist, who is expected to win the primary by double digits, has solely focused his campaign on the big race against presumed Republican candidate Governor Rick Scott.