Ron DeSantis just released one set of numbers that left Democrats terrified about potentially facing him in 2024

Feb 10, 2023

Ron DeSantis turned Florida into an “oasis of freedom” for the rest of the country.

But that’s not the only way DeSantis changed Florida.

And Ron DeSantis just released one set of numbers that left Democrats terrified about potentially facing him in 2024.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is reshaping the political landscape in America.

DeSantis showed it was possible to fight back against the woke Left and win, which gave Republicans at all levels the courage to stand up and fight back against the woke insanity.

But perhaps the biggest change DeSantis made to the political landscape in America was in his own state of Florida.

Florida has historically been known as the biggest swing state in the country.

Barack Obama won Florida in 2008 and in 2012.

Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in Florida by a narrow margin of 112,911 votes in 2016, and he defeated Biden by more than 375,000 votes in 2020.

DeSantis narrowly won his first election in 2018 by a narrow margin of 0.4%.

But DeSantis became a rock star during the pandemic with his pro-freedom policies and his refusal to back down from Biden and Fauci’s threats.

His battle for parental rights and leadership during Hurricane Ian’s recovery boosted him even higher and led to a 19-point landslide re-election victory over Charlie Crist in November.

This was the largest margin of victory in a Florida gubernatorial election in over 40 years, defeating Crist by more than 1.5 million votes.

DeSantis’ pro-freedom policies are attracting Republican voters in Democrat-run states to relocate to the “oasis of freedom” in Florida.

And the Governor just reported the massive voter registration gains made by Florida Republicans just since the November elections.

“In 2018, Democrats outnumbered Republicans by nearly 300,000,” DeSantis wrote on Twitter. By Election Day 2022, Republicans outnumbered Democrats by 300,000,” he continued, before adding that “today, we can announce that Republicans outnumber Democrats by 400,000.”

“Freedom is here to stay,” he concluded.

Overall, there are now more than 400,000 registered Republicans in Florida than there are Democrats.

This is a nearly 750,000 swing just since Governor Ron DeSantis took office in 2019.

DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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