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FL GOVERNOR Ron DeSantis has released a television ad — in Spanish — for his re-election campaign. The 60-second ad is themed “Keeping Florida Free”.
The ad, which is to be distributed in different media outlets in Miami, shares stories of Hispanics expressing their gratitude for the policies led by the popular Republican governor.
“As a Colombian immigrant, Florida represents the place where we enter this country to achieve the American Dream,” says one of the Hispanics featured in the video.
DeSantis has been a leader across the country advocating for economic freedom, low taxes and limits on regulations. New York residents have moved to Florida to enjoy the benefits of one of the freest states in the entire country.
“Governor Ron DeSantis is protecting all parental rights. The state of Florida is free because of Ron DeSantis,” another part of the ad reads.
The governor has signed laws such as the Individual Freedom Act, which seeks to prevent schools and businesses from promoting indoctrination on critical race theory or gender issues. DeSantis has expressed on different occasions that his government will not allow certain lobbies to make someone feel lesser because of their skin color.
The ad also says: “If we want to live in freedom, without government involvement in our lives to have a free Florida, we have to re-elect Ron DeSantis.”
Governor DeSantis’ handling of the pandemic was strongly criticized by Democrats and liberals who made all sorts of accusations about DeSantis’ refusal to shut down the economy or confine people to strict government-issued lockdowns similar to those imposed in blue states. Millions of people across the country today recognize the haven Florida became to escape not only the high taxes, but also the totalitarian health care measures that were imposed for months.
This new Spanish-language ad shows once again the governor’s strong interest in a Hispanic community that, according to polls, is fleeing the socialist policies of the Democrats to take refuge in policies such as those advocated by DeSantis in Florida.
It also highlights the importance of the Hispanic community in the development and flourishing of one of the freest states in the country.
Vanessa Vallejo. Co-editor-in-chief of El American. Economist. Podcaster. Political and economic analysis of America. Colombian exile in the United States // Vanessa Vallejo. Co-editora en jefe de El American. Economista. Podcaster. Análisis político y económico de América. Colombiana exiliada en EE. UU.