DeSantis touts Florida’s ‘rewritten’ political map as supporters chant ‘two more years’
Tensions between the potential 2024 candidates have already increased somewhat in recent days, with Trump calling DeSantis “Ron DeSanctimonious” at a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday and warning in a Monday night interview with Fox News that it wasn’t so nice that the That would be the Governor of Florida. If he jumped in the presidential primaries.
DeSantis claims victory in Florida governor’s race
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (right) said on Tuesday that voters “rewrote the political map” through their campaign for his crushing reelection win, as supporters chanted “two more years,” a reference to his potential aspirations to run for president in 2024. become.
DeSantis rolled to defeat Democratic nominee Charlie Crist and moved to Miami-Dade County, which has not voted for a Republican governor for nearly 20 years.
“Thanks to the overwhelming support of the people of Florida, we have not only won the election, but we have also rewritten the political map,” DeSantis said. “Thank you for forever honoring us with a win.”
According to the New York Times, DeSantis leads Crest by about 1.5 million votes with 88 percent of the vote in Florida.
“We’ve seen freedom and our way of life fade in many other jurisdictions in this country. Florida has held the lead. We chose facts over fear,” DeSantis said as attendees at the wake-up party chanted “two more years” . citing the possibility of a presidential run. In 2024, he said, “We chose education over indoctrination.”
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DeSantis, who was first elected in 2018, has used his credit to keep the state open during the COVID-19 pandemic and to fight the Biden administration on key issues such as immigration to shed light on conservatives. movement.
Polls consistently show that DeSantis is the top pick among GOP voters when former President Trump is not running for another term, and some in the party have suggested that DeSantis should be the party’s candidate regardless of whether Trump is running.