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DeSantis Gears Up Ahead of History-Making Midterm Elections

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Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla) is urging voters to get out and vote Republican as the stakes to take back the House and Senate are high. 

With just two weeks until the midterm elections, DeSantis shared his Get Out the Vote message with Floridians saying that this might be “one of the best midterm elections of our lifetime.” 

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The Florida governor touted his efforts in fighting back against the far-Left. Addressing the cheering crowd during Fox New’s Sean Hannity’s town hall, DeSantis asked if they are happy to live in a free state. 

Meanwhile, DeSantis will head to Long Island to stump for Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY). 

DeSantis, who is also facing re-election, will join Zeldin on the first day of early voting to campaign for the Republican. 

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“I do have to say, New York, we may elect, I think we will elect a Republican Governor Lee Zeldin,” DeSantis said. 

As Democrats begin to panic ahead of the possible history-making elections, New York Dems are spending millions of dollars on advertising as an effort to get Gov. Kathy Hochul (D-NY) another term. 

DeSantis’ recent efforts in campaigning for Republican candidates throughout the country speculate that he may be gearing up for a possible presidential run in 2024. Whichever it may be, the Florida governor is doing his part in making the U.S. red again and free from Democrat’s agenda. 

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