In 2018, then Republican candidate Ron DeSantis defeated Democrat Andrew Gillum by a mere 33,000 votes in Florida’s gubernatorial race.
It was an incredibly close victory in 2018 over a black candidate who many thought would be presidential timber for the Democrats.
Coming off an incredible victory in the 2022 Florida gubernatorial race, it’s vital to point out the difference in DeSantis’ razor thin 2018 victory and his dominating performance this year: the white vote.
In 2018, whites represented 66 percent of the electorate in Florida. DeSantis received:
In 2022, where DeSantis beat his Democrat opponent 59%-40%,
Paul Kersey writes on VDARE.com
It’s not hard, folks.
In a white majority state and nation, increase the white share of the vote, and win an election by a landslide
We call it the Sailer Strategy. Simply put: It’s how to save the Historic American Nation, and it’s the reason DeSantis dominated in 2022.
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