During the annual leadership meeting of the Republican Jewish Coalition, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) spoke about wins he’s locked down for the Jewish community as well as the GOP strategy that helped turn Florida from a swing state to a Republican bastion.
From The Daily Wire:
“We added four new Republican congressmen to the U.S. House of Representatives from the state of Florida,” he said. “We secured supermajorities in the Florida legislature, the most Republicans we’ve ever had in Florida history. We helped elect 26 new conservative school board members all across the state of Florida. And we even won the state House seat that includes Miami Beach, not typically viewed as a Republican stronghold.”
“And because of the support of so many of you to our campaign, we delivered the greatest gubernatorial victory in the history of the state of Florida,” he continued. “We dominated with independent voters, we secured record margins with Hispanic voters, we swept the suburbs all across the state of Florida. Our margins with rural voters were gravity defying, we won by double digits, Miami Dade County. We won for the first time in almost 40 years, Palm Beach County.”
DeSantis said that the election results showed that the state should be the “blueprint for success” for the party moving forward.
“And I think some of the things that we do that work are we’re all about exercising leadership, and delivering results for the people that we represent,” he said. “I did not take any polls when I became governor all the way through this entire term. The job of a leader is not to stick your finger in the wind and try to contort yourself to wherever public opinion may be trending on one given moment. No, the job of a leader is to set out a vision, to execute that vision, to show people that it’s the right vision and to deliver concrete results. And when you do that, the people respond.”
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