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ALL IS LOST! Democrat Donors Pull Out Of Florida, Abandon Candidates

October 27, 2022
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‘Going to be ugly’: All signs point to Republican landslide in Florida

National organizations and donors have all but abandoned their candidates — setting off fears that Florida is no longer viewed as competitive. That would have dire implications for the next presidential election.

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Florida Democrats are bracing for a very bad night on Nov. 8.

Less than two weeks before the election, Democrats are signaling that key races are slipping away from them. They point to ominous signs and missed opportunities, including the party’s message on abortion rights and gun control that isn’t resonating and a lack of coordination between the campaigns of Rep. Val Demings, who is vying to unseat Sen. Marco Rubio, and Charlie Crist, who is challenging Gov. Ron DeSantis.

Most worrisome for Democrats, national organizations and donors have all but abandoned their candidates — setting off fears that Florida is no longer viewed as competitive.

That would have dire implications for the next presidential election...

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One comment on “ALL IS LOST! Democrat Donors Pull Out Of Florida, Abandon Candidates”

  1. I hope Republicans don't fall for this and decide not to vote. I just saw an article about a dem whistleblower in Orlando about wide spread ballot harvesting in black communities. Maybe the donors are pulling their cash because they know the fix is in. If you're a Republican make sure to vote no matter where you live. And vote all the way down the ballot. If you choose not to vote for an R you don't know, you'll get a D you don't want.

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