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    DeSantis appeals to voters in his Nevada speech: “We need to restore sanity”

    The Republican presidential candidate for the 2024 election and Governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, called for a return to “sanity” in the United States, during an electoral campaign stop in Snowfall Saturday.

    “We need to restore sanity to this country,” DeSantis said, according to The Reno Gazette Journal. “We need to restore a sense of normalcy in our communities. We need to make sure our institutions have integrity.”

    DeSanti, faced an estimated crowd of 2,000 conservatives Saturday at the annual Basque Fry in Gardnerville, northern Nevada, an event that has been solidly cultivated by Donald Trump for years, hosted by former Nevada Senate candidate, Adam Laxalt. Laxalt, an old friend of DeSantis, who now serves as the chairman of the pro-DeSantis super PAC, “Never Back Down.”

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    “This country is in decline,” DeSantis said, according to The Nevada Independent. “But I don’t think that decline is inevitable. I think it’s a choice. It’s a choice that we as Americans will make for the next 18 months.”

    DeSantis highlighted his achievements since he took office as governor of Florida, such as banning the Chinese government from owning land in Florida, intervening in bridge repairs to complete them quickly, authorizing the death penalty for pedophiles, banning sanctuary cities, fighting the “sexualization of minors” and eliminating “critical race theory” in K-12 schools.

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    If elected, DeSantis has vowed to shift the responsibility to the presidency. He wants to end the immigration crisis at the southern border and hold the government accountable for what he deemed “wrong” COVID-19 protocols.

    DeSantis also advocated for term limits for members of Congress. and give the president veto power for specific provisions in budgets.

    The Governor of Florida is so far the only Republican candidate in an increasingly crowded field to have made any dent against former President Trump in national polls. However, she remains significantly behind the former president.

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    A recent FiveThirtyEight survey found that 53.5% of Republican voters said they would vote for Trump in the Republican primary, while 20.9% said they would back DeSantis.

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    Source: La Opinion

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