PoliticsRon DeSantis intensifies his campaign to win the support of religious leaders

    Ron DeSantis intensifies his campaign to win the support of religious leaders

    Ron DeSantis is trying to strengthen his campaign to win the Republican candidacy towards the presidential elections to the extent that the results of most surveys place him in second place in preferences, quite behind the leader Donald Trump.

    Thus, His political strategy now focuses on gaining the trust of religious leaders so that they encourage members of their respective congregations to vote for him in the primaries..

    In recent days, The current governor of Florida has taken pains to publicize the support of dozens of pastors in states considered key for the Republican nomination.

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    On Thursday afternoon, he referred to a “Faith and Family Coalition,” which, according to his campaign, is made up of more than 70 faith leaders in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.

    Also, this weekend, The 44-year-old politician has some activities focused on faith scheduled in Washington and Iowa.

    And, according to data from a survey conducted last month by Des Moines Register/NBC News, Donald Trump is also gaining an advantage over DeSantis among evangelical Christians residing in Iowa, with a percentage of 47% in favor of the New Yorker compared to 20% of those who support the Florida politician.

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    At the beginning of his campaign, Ron DeSantis held his first in-person event as a Republican candidate at an evangelical church located in a suburb of Des Moines, Iowa, and from that moment on he incorporated a space to focus on faith in his speeches.

    In this way, the Republican’s campaign team and the Super PAC that financially supports his proselytizing activities are collaborating to try to show him as a more humane and tolerant option than that shown by Trump.

    In states that have historically marked the winners of the Republican candidacy, Never Back Down invested nearly $25 million dollars in advertising purchases, which is intended to be dosed to appear until Halloween.

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    Fortunately for the Florida president, the news was leaked that the third Republican debate to be held in November chose Miami as the venue.which is a great opportunity to convey his vision of the country he intends to guide if he becomes president.

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    Source: La Opinion

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