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Miami May Become A Historic 2022 Midterm Victory For The GOP


Democrats were long critical of the Trump administration’s performance in office.

For 4 years there was nothing but negative press for a variety of incredibly nebulous issues that culminated with the Covid-19 pandemic. The rallying cry of the Democratic Party was “we need the adults back in office”.

For roughly 2 years now the Biden administration has been in power and in that time we have seen record inflation, an energy crisis, geopolitical tensions that could escalate into a third world war, and a looming recession.

In short: America is in crisis and even left-wing voters are admitting it.

According to a recent poll, over 70% of likely voters feel like the state of the union is “out of control” and now we are seeing more metrics that signal a red wave in the 2022 midterm elections.

Registered GOP voters now outnumber registered Democrats in Miami-Dade County and have now overtaken Democrats in early voting.

Miami-Dade County has been a historically deep blue district but that seems to be changing in 2022.

Take a look at some of these numbers and headlines:


Daily Mail provided more insight on the situation in Miami-Dade County:

It’s a good sign for Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is seeking a second term, and for GOP Senator Marco Rubio, who’s also running for re-election.

The Miami voting numbers also indicate Hispanics are coming out in droves for Republicans. The county is nearly 72% Hispanic.

About 30% of the Hispanic population in Florida is Cuban, a group that nationwide favors the GOP by 20 points, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey.


Even left-wing outlets like Daily Beast admit that Democrats are in deep trouble:

Coker added that Rubio could also carry Miami-Dade County for the first time in his career, with “coattails from DeSantis” helping the party down-ballot and hampering Democrats.

“They’re having trouble all up and down the ticket and even down into the state legislative races and state senate races and commissioner races,” Coker said of Democrats.. “So this isn’t something that’s happening at the surface… It’s more visible because you’re seeing it at the top of the ticket.”


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