VIDEO: ‘Florida Is Off The Board’

( – Florida Governor Ron DeSantis stated during an interview that his time being governor has directed Florida away from being a swing state to becoming a GOP stronghold in anticipation of the 2024 presidential election.

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DeSantis shared these insights on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” where he highlighted the significant influx of people from other states to Florida in recent years.

“When I became governor of Florida had never had more registered Republicans than Democrats in state history,” DeSantis told host Maria Bartiromo.

He continued, “[A]nd we were close to 300,000 fewer Republicans and Democrats, this is 2018. Today, we have close to 900,000 more registered Republicans than Democrats. So you’re talking about a million plus voter registration shift.”

He emphasized that, in part, a portion of that is due to local factors, where individuals are more inclined to switch from Democrat to Republican or from non-party affiliation to Republican in Florida rather than the other way around, and that’s been a significant factor.

Furthermore, he said that migration plays a role, with people relocating to Florida not to replicate the policies of states like Illinois, California, or New York but rather because they appreciate Florida’s different approach.

“Florida is off the board,” he added. “It is a Republican state, you’ve covered politics. We used to be a one point state, every election hung on how would Florida go, that is not true anymore. And and I think that’s a good thing for the party.”

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