As of This week, the lead of registered Republicans vs. Democrats in Florida had reached 101,000, according to a DeSantis campaign official.
“There’s no getting around the fact that this incredible win is due to Gov. Ron DeSantis,” Florida GOP executive director Helen Aguirre Ferré said. “Floridians thank him for the tangible sense of liberation he has given our state.”
The governor’s term has been marked by what many have referred to as his “unrivaled success,” according to Ferré. He emphasized the governors’ apparent effectiveness, noting that over 363,000 Florida residents have registered as Republicans since 2018, the same year he took office.
“Unemployment is less than the national average, there are no mask being worn, there are no lockdowns, and our schools are open. Voters recognize the governor as a champion for businesses and families alike. Our voter registration numbers are significant, with a net increase of 363,000 voters? That is unheard-of.”
Increasing numbers of Republican registrations in Florida appear to be continuing at their current rate.
“We had 280,000 more registered Dems. than Republicans in the state of Florida when I was elected governor,” DeSantis said in Nov. 2021. “For the first time in the history of Florida, we surpassed the Democrats today and it will almost certainly be fully reported very soon. There are more registered Republicans in Florida than Dems..”
Since taking office, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has constantly dominated news coverage, particularly attracting massive negative attention from mainstream media hacks who were furious with his refusal to adhere to many of the accepted norms surrounding lockdowns and other severe restrictions during the Covid-19 epidemic.
DeSantis was also the subject of a previous report by Big League Politics when he mocked the outrage over his recently passed anti-grooming legislation.
“If the people who paraded degenerates like Harvey Weinstein as role models and heroes are now opposing us on parents’ rights, I wear it as a badge of pride,” DeSantis said this week, to thunderous applause.