The Democratic Party is going down, with record low polling in city after city. It's looking like midterm elections are not going to go well for the lefties.
The shift is so noticeable that even left-leaning publications like The Washington Post are reporting about it.
"Democrats fear that traditionally liberal Miami-Dade County is in the midst of a major realignment shifting toward the Republican Party," the Post reported.
"The left-leaning newspaper highlighted that voter enthusiasm toward Democrat candidates is plummeting in Florida’s most populous county, especially for the party’s gubernatorial nominee Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL), who polls show is trailing by double digits to incumbent Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) statewide," Breitbart reported.
"One independent voter within the county, Noel Chavez, 49, told the Post that although he does not agree with DeSantis and incumbent Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) on all issues, he will be voting for both of them in this year’s midterm cycle, citing that inflation and the economy are at the top of his mind," Breitbart reports.
"I don’t like everything about Ron DeSantis, but Charlie Crist is a joke," said Chavez.
"I like Democrats outside of Florida, but the Democratic Party just doesn’t have good leaders in Florida," Chavez added.
"The realignment is not just occurring within federal or state politics, but on a local level too. This past summer, the Miami-Dade County School Board flipped conservative and is now the largest school district in the country with a conservative-majority board," Breitbart News reported.
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