(PresidentialWire.com)- Republicans have gained more than 250,000 registered voters since Election Day 2020. According to Florida’s first lady, Casey DeSantis, they now outnumber Democrats by more than 116,000 registered voters. She announced the news on Tuesday.
Casey said that policy Is Important, and it is essential to be a leader. Floridians overwhelmingly embrace @RonDeSantisFL and his freedom program.
Since Election Day 2020, Casey tweeted that we’ve witnessed a net increase of +250,000 people registering as Republicans, bringing the total number of Republicans registered to a record high. Today, Republicans outnumber Democrats in the state by more than 116,000.
In November 2021, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) stated that Republicans in Florida had achieved history by overtaking Democrats in terms of voter registration in the state’s largest county. But the chasm has only grown more expansive as the governor has championed freedom in the face of anti-coronavirus legislation enacted during the Biden administration’s tenure.
As a result of extreme left-wing activists’ attempts to indoctrinate youngsters in schools with Critical Race Theory (CRT) and radical gender ideology, which Disney publicly endorses, DeSantis has been more focused on education in recent months.
Casey’s declaration comes only a few weeks after the DeSantis administration released the most recent voter registration data for Florida. Officials disclosed that Republicans had surpassed Democrats in voter registration by more than 100,000 people.
Helen Aguirre Ferré, Executive Director of the Republican Party of Florida, said that there is no getting around the truth that Governor Ron DeSantis is responsible for this historic victory. When it comes to the tangible feeling of freedom he has instilled in our state, Florida, people have shown their gratitude. She also added that we have no lockdowns or masks in place at schools, and voters understand that the governor is an advocate for both families and corporations.
Last year, Florida made history by welcoming the largest number of domestic visitors into the state; many were escaping restrictions imposed by blue-state governments in the United States.