Eskamani Chides 'Worst Bills' DeSantis has Signed

Eskamani Chides 'Worst Bills' DeSantis has Signed

Daniel Molina
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July 3, 2023
Calling them “some of the worst bills,” Eskamani vows to fight back against the bills.
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Fried, Florida Democrats Celebrates Democrat Victories in Florida

Fried, Florida Democrats Celebrates Democrat Victories in Florida

Daniel Molina
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May 17, 2023
Fried, the Florida Democratic Party Chair, celebrated election victories and lamented Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ (R) “extreme” immigration bill.
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Fried Running for Florida Democratic Party Chair

Fried Running for Florida Democratic Party Chair

Daniel Molina
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February 13, 2023
Nikki Fried (D) is seeking the Florida Democratic Party Chair.
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Democrats eye Fried to Lead Florida Dems

Democrats eye Fried to Lead Florida Dems

Daniel Molina
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February 10, 2023
Florida Democrats are vying for new leadership, and in a recent letter, they outline why Fried is the right choice to lead them.
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DeSantis Appoints Democrat to Head Dept of Highway Safety, Flips Palm Beach County Commission Red

DeSantis Appoints Democrat to Head Dept of Highway Safety, Flips Palm Beach County Commission Red

Jackson Bakich
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January 6, 2023
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) has chosen to nominate Dave Kerner as the new Executive Director of the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV). In doing so, Gov. DeSantis’s appointment of Kerner opened a position on the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners. DeSantis appointed Michael Barnett to the position. In September […]
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Eskamani Says DeSantis not Above Florida 'Standard'

Eskamani Says DeSantis not Above Florida 'Standard'

Daniel Molina
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November 28, 2022
Though Republicans are beginning to amass support over changing state law to allow DeSantis to run and keep his position, Florida Rep. Anna V. Eskamani (D) argues it’s a bad call because “the standard must be held.”
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Both Rubio and DeSantis Defeated Crist by 20 Points

Both Rubio and DeSantis Defeated Crist by 20 Points

Jackson Bakich
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November 14, 2022
Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R-FL) crushing 20-point victory over Charlie Crist (D-FL) in Florida's 2022 gubernatorial race sucked all the political oxygen out of the election cycle. While the DeSantis vs. Crist race was arguably the biggest race in the state, there was another major race that sailed under the radar—the Senate race between Senator Marco […]
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Republicans Blame Trump for Midterm Losses

Republicans Blame Trump for Midterm Losses

Daniel Molina
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November 13, 2022
While neither Youngkin or DeSantis have responded to Trump’s words, Republicans are now blaming Trump for midterm losses.
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Trump Takes Another Shot at 'Ron DeSanctimonious'

Trump Takes Another Shot at 'Ron DeSanctimonious'

Daniel Molina
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November 11, 2022
President Donald Trump (R) is signaling his disapproval of the response, dubbing the Governor "Ron DeSanctimonious."
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Never Trumper TV Host Claims DeSantis Won by 'Gaming the System' or Racism

Never Trumper TV Host Claims DeSantis Won by 'Gaming the System' or Racism

Grayson Bakich
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November 11, 2022
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) utterly smashed Charlie Crist (D) in the midterms, a 20-point blowout that is easily the biggest win for Republicans nationwide. Part of it lies in DeSantis' popularity and smart handling of various issues. The other reason is the relative unpopularity and alienating rhetoric espoused by Crist. However, CNN political commentator Ana […]
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First Lady Casey DeSantis Thanks Supporters

First Lady Casey DeSantis Thanks Supporters

Daniel Molina
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November 9, 2022
Governor DeSantis won reelection with almost 20 points, ensuring Florida’s status as a red state for four more years.
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Florida Proves Lynchpin in GOP's Red Wave Hopes

Florida Proves Lynchpin in GOP's Red Wave Hopes

Grayson Bakich
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November 9, 2022
While other states continue counting votes, Florida went solidly red this midterm cycle. As such, the Sunshine State serves as a major lynchpin in the GOP's hopes for retaking the House and potentially the Senate. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) crushed Charlie Crist (D) by 20 points, retaining his governorship by a landslide. Sen. Marco Rubio […]
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Simon Unseats Ausley on Election Night

Simon Unseats Ausley on Election Night

Daniel Molina
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November 9, 2022
Simon Unseats Ausley on Election Night
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DeSantis Crushes Crist by 20 Points

DeSantis Crushes Crist by 20 Points

Grayson Bakich
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November 9, 2022
The Florida gubernatorial race has just been called. The results show Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) has clobbered Charlie Crist (D). A result that is largely unsurprising, for the chances have long been in DeSantis' favor, with the latest polls before the election showing him ahead of Crist by at least 10 points. DeSantis finished off […]
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Democrats Face Tough Losses on Election Night

Democrats Face Tough Losses on Election Night

Daniel Molina
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November 9, 2022
When it was all said and done, Democrats have faced tough election losses in races across the state.
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Crist Slams Religious DeSantis Ad, Despite Previously Comparing Himself to Christ

Crist Slams Religious DeSantis Ad, Despite Previously Comparing Himself to Christ

Grayson Bakich
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November 7, 2022
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is on the midterm ballot with a 10-point lead over his opponent Charlie Crist (D). With the midterms tomorrow, Crist is looking for that last-minute advantage that will at least soften the blow of defeat. A recent ad posted by First Lady Casey DeSantis' Twitter describes her husband as a "fighter" […]
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Miami Herald Endorses Annette Taddeo

Miami Herald Endorses Annette Taddeo

Daniel Molina
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November 4, 2022
With 5 days left before Floridians take to the polls, the Miami Herald has endorsed Florida state Senator Annette Taddeo (D).
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Rubio Teams Says he “Gets Things Done for Florida”

Rubio Teams Says he “Gets Things Done for Florida”

Daniel Molina
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November 3, 2022
The Rubio campaign is praising the GOP Senator, calling him someone who “gets things done for Florida.”
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