DeSantis unveils Spanish-language ad for re-election bid as Hispanics flee from Democratic Party

During the 2016 and 2020 Presidential elections, President Trump was able to build a new working class coalition that will be the future of the Republican Party.

The coalition included disaffected union members and people in trades who are fed up with the Democratic Party’s woke turn.

The coalition also includes Hispanics, who have increasingly become up for grabs as they turn away from the Democratic Party.

In Florida, President Trump received 47% of the Latino vote.

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis plans to capitalize on the new coalition that Trump built by appealing to Hispanic voters across the state.

As part of his re-election bid, he unveiled Spanish-language advertisements this week.

The ad, titled ‘Libre,’ Spanish for free, highlights DeSantis’ laws protecting parental rights and making Florida a place of freedom and opportunity for people across the state.

The pro-family, pro-freedom messaging is meant to resonate with Hispanic voters who fleed from authoritarian governments in countries like Cuba and Venezuela.

“Gov. Ron DeSantis is protecting all parental rights,” said Piedrahita. “The state of Florida is free because of Ron DeSantis. Governor DeSantis is brave, dedicated, and very smart.” Said one Hispanic voter.

The advertisements will primarily target the Miami-Dade area, where Hispanics make up a sizable portion of the electorate.

Democrats have taken an interest in recapturing the Hispanic vote in Florida as well.

In June, we reported that Democratic operatives, funded by liberal billionaire George Soros, were buying up Spanish-American radio stations in the state of Florida.

The radio stations will make up a new media conglomerate called the Latino Media Network.

One of the stations acquired by the Latino Media Network was Radio Mambi, a right-leaning radio station that gave Cuban refugees who fled socialist authoritarianism a voice in American politics.

In Florida, early voting began today for the primary elections set to occur on August 23rd.

DeSantis will run uncontested in his primary, while Democratic candidates Nikki Fried and Charlie Crist will battle it out to see who is the Democratic nominee.

Crist has emerged as the favorite, while Fried consistently trails him by double-digits in recent polling.

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