On April 25, Mason-Dixon Polls released a poll for the Florida gubernatorial race that included Adrian Wyllie, the likely Libertarian nominee. The results: Republican incumbent Rick Scott 42%, likely Democratic nominee Charlie Crist 42%, Wyllie 4%, undecided 12%. See this story.
If Wyllie does get 4%, that would be the highest share of the vote for anyone running for Governor of Florida outside the two major parties since 1916, when the Prohibition Party nominee, Sidney J. Catts, won the general election. Thanks to Austin Cassidy for the link.