New Dem Enters Florida Governor’s Race to Defeat DeSantis

Democrats have thrown everything they have at Ron DeSantis so far in the early stages of this governor’s race.

They have failed.

Every candidate has failed to get any real grip, so the Dems are putting a new hat into the ring.

Enter State Senator Annette Taddeo

Dems and the media will say that DeSantis is struggling, but the data tells a far different story.

To that point, neither Charlie Crist nor Nikki Fried has generated enough of a dent into DeSantis’ polling numbers to pose a real threat.

So, Florida State Senator Annette Taddeo has entered the race.

While she is clearly getting a late start and behind the other two candidates, she is expected to gain the party’s full support to surpass both of them.

Taddeo is already going after DeSantis on his stance for allowing parents to decide if kids should wear masks and get the vaccine.

She stated, “When the governor decided to politicize our kids health and well-being that was one thing too much.”

She is also taking the tack that DeSantis is only governing for conservatives, not the entire state.

Taddeo is hoping to unite the candidates, throwing an olive branch out to Charlie Crist after announcing.

She stated, “This race is not about Charlie, it’s not about me.

“It’s about the future of Florida. Democrats are going to have a choice to make about who is the fighter who is going to stand tall on our values.”

Taddeo was on Crist’s ticket as his Lt. Governor in 2014, so he quickly returned the kind words.

Crist stated, “Time and time again, Annette has stood up for her community, and that’s why I asked her to be my Lieutenant Governor in 2014.

“Annette will bring spirit, heart, and important perspective to this race.”

Taddeo is also going to have to decide whether to resign, as there are campaign laws in place that will not allow her to raise campaign funds for another office while the State Senate is in session.

If she does not resign her position, she will not be able to raise money during that two-month stint, which could cripple her campaign financially.

Source: Politico

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