REPORT: Republican Voters On The Verge Of Outnumbering Democrats In Florida

Have you noticed that Democrats and the media seem obsessed with Florida these days? Every time you turn around, they are attacking Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

It turns out there may be a very good explanation for this.

For years, Democrats have had a majority of voters in the state, but that’s about to change.

Breitbart News reports:

Exclusive — Christian Ziegler: GOP Voters to ‘Overtake Democrats’ in Florida

Registered Republican voters are poised to overtake registered Democrats in the Sunshine State, Vice Chairman of the Florida GOP Christian Ziegler told Breitbart News Saturday.

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According to Ziegler, who has played a pivotal role on the ground getting Republicans registered in the state, there were 700,000 more Democrats than Republicans in 2008. By 2016, when former President Donald Trump took office, Democrats only maintained a 320,000 voter lead.

“And then today, we’re at about 20,000 more registered Democrats than Republicans,” he said, noting the narrowing gap between parties in the state. “So you’re seeing that gap go from 700,000, 320,000, to today about 20,000. So we’re going to overtake the Democrats. This is something that we’ve been working hard on as a state party.”

“We get a lot of people that flip,” he noted, crediting Florida’s shift, in part to the Democrat Party. He said the party’s insistence on becoming more extreme and socialistic, especially during the pandemic, is pushing people from blue states to red states — such as Florida — in search of freedom. He also sees more independent voters stepping out and choosing to vote red, as Democrats continue to push their luck with their leftist agenda.

Listen to the interview below:

This is going to have a major impact on future elections.

Democrats are going to have a much more difficult time being competitive in the state.

 

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