(CNN) - The Florida Democratic Party is out Wednesday with two ads supporting Democratic gubernatorial nominee Alex Sink.
One is a mostly positive ad in which Sink takes a shot at her opponent's previous leadership of a health care company.
"I know Floridians have a lot of questions about Rick Scott," Sink says in the ad. "The company he ran was fined $1.7 billion for Medicare fraud against seniors and taxpayers. On the other hand the Florida bank I led [made] $1.7 billion in loans to small businesses. Newspapers say I ran my company with honesty and integrity."
Sink has criticized Scott - as his GOP primary opponent had - for running a health care provider that was fined $1.7 billion for alleged fraud. Scott, the former CEO of Columbia/HCA, defeated the GOP establishment candidate, Rick McCollum, in last month's primary.
Scott, in August, told CNN Chief National Correspondent John King that "my opponent said that in the primary, and he lost," adding that when you're in business and things go wrong, "you should take responsibility as the CEO. I do."
The other ad is strictly an attack ad that clips together bites of television news stories about Scott.
"Corrupt CEO Rick Scott lies about Alex Sink's record, while trying to hide his own, and it's time for the truth," FDP spokesman Eric Jotkoff said in a statement. "[…]Floridians deserve to know the truth about Rick Scott – and deserve as Governor better than someone who was forced to resign as head of a company that pled guilty to 14 felonies and who pled the fifth 75 times in one deposition to avoid incriminating himself."
The ads are running in media markets statewide.
Sink and Scott are deadlocked in the race for the Sunshine State's top office.
A new CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation poll of likely Florida voters is set to be released Wednesday.