Florida Gov. Charlie Crist is indeed calling for a repeal of the healthcare bill.

Crist's primary opponent, Marco Rubio, has been out front on the repeal movement and accused Crist of not supporting repeal, but Crist's campaign points to two sets of comments the governor made in the last week.

Crist told the Associated Press that he would work to repeal the bill if he is elected senator in November, and he made similar comment to the National Review last week.

"We just need to get it right and do it right," Crist told the AP. "Do it right for the people."

Rubio has launched a petition for the repeal effort and has been all over the issue today. His campaign also pointed a month-old Palm Beach Post story in which Crist entertained the idea of keeping certain aspects of the healthcare bill.

"There may be parts of it that you don’t have to scrap," Crist said at the time.

Conservatives are emphasizing a full repeal, and Rubio's camp is looking to use Crist's comments against him.

So far, the following major Senate candidates have come out in favor of repeal: Crist, Rubio, Rep. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.), former New Hampshire Attorney General Kelly Ayotte, Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson, Nevada businessman Danny Tarkanian, Arkansas state Sen. Gilbert Baker, former Rep. Rob Simmons and former Rep. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.).

Among those who haven't weighed in, former Colorado Lt. Gov. Jane Norton's campaign said it will be commenting shortly.