Ron DeSantis was grinning from ear to ear after he got this massive victory
Ron DeSantis is on an epic winning streak as Governor of Florida.
His latest win could be his most important yet.
And Ron DeSantis was grinning from ear to ear after he got this massive victory.
Ron DeSantis has remade the Sunshine State into an oasis of freedom.
In his first term as Governor, he delivered massive policy victories for conservatives.
As a result, Floridians are responding to DeSantis’ leadership.
The Florida Republican Party set a milestone by achieving over 100,000 more registered voters than Democrats.
The number of registered Republicans in the state has increased by 363,000 since DeSantis was first elected in 2018.
Republicans have outpaced Democrats in 21 of the last 22 months in new voter registration.
This is a historic shift in the balance of political power in Florida.
When DeSantis was first elected in 2018, Democrats held an advantage of over 280,000 registered voters.
Under DeSantis, for the first time in the history of Florida, more voters were registered as Republicans than Democrats.
Now Florida Republicans are starting to pull away from Democrats in registered voters.
DeSantis’ wildly successful leadership has Floridians joining the Republican Party.
In a statement, Florida Republican Party Executive Director Helen Aguirre Ferré said, “There’s no beating around the fact this historic gain is because of Governor Ron DeSantis.”
“Florida voters are appreciative of the palpable sense of freedom he has created in our state. Unemployment is lower than the national average, our schools are open, there are no lockdowns, and there are no masks. Voters recognize the governor is a champion for families and businesses alike,” Aguirre Ferré remarked.
“Our voter registration numbers are impressive, but a 363,000 net change? That is unprecedented,” she concluded.
Republican Florida Representative Byron Donalds attributed the news to people fleeing pandemic tyranny.
He said, “Well, what contributes to it is the fact that voters from many other states … have come to Florida frankly to seek refuge from draconian policies in Blue cities and in Blue states.”
“We believe that it’s the policies by Governor DeSantis [that] has led to this migration, this COVID migration if you will … to Florida,” Donalds added.
For Democrats hoping to beat DeSantis in his reelection bid this fall, this is catastrophic news.
After being one of the biggest battleground states in Presidential elections this century, the state is trending more Republican.
DeSantis won his first election in 2018 by roughly 32,000 votes.
Now he heads into his reelection with 368,000 more registered Republicans on his side.
This is the latest good news for DeSantis in his reelection bid.
Multiple polls have shown him leading all three of his potential Democrat opponents by double digits.
His position is so strong that some Democrat groups have thrown in the towel on spending serious money to knock him off.
With Ron DeSantis delivering major victories for Floridians, this could be the beginning of major Republican gains in the state.