Florida Is a Red State Now

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Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis celebrates with his wife Casey at his election-night party in Tampa, Fla., November 8, 2022. (Marco Bello/Reuters)
The blow-out victories by DeSantis, Rubio, and other Republicans confirm that the Sunshine State’s fading purple hue has all but disappeared.




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lorida’s transformation into a red state happened like Hemingway’s infamous bankruptcy: gradually, and then all at once.

For 30 years, Florida has been tough for the Democrats: The Sunshine State has not elected a Democratic governor since 1998; it has not elected a Democratic legislature since 1994; the last year in which a Senate or presidential candidate won here was 2012; and, in 2018, the only Democrat elected statewide was that lunatic, Nikki Fried. But, while Republicans have tended to win here, they’ve tended to win in nail-biters. Despite Republican waves in the rest of the country, the GOP prevailed in

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