FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Brandon Diaz- Brandon@miamidadegop.org
Tony Figueroa – (305) 987-7922
MIAMI (Nov. 5, 2021) – Following huge wins in Miami, Hialeah, and Homestead, the Miami-Dade GOP continues to make its mark under the Party’s new structure. After helping to keep Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, Homestead Mayor Steve Losner, and Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo in office, the Miami-Dade GOP has set the groundwork for success in upcoming elections for all levels of government. The Party also congratulates Esteban “Steve” Bovo on a decisive victory for mayor of Hialeah. The Miami-Dade GOP’s new model of grassroots efforts, combined with modern marketing, will continue to help elect republicans in future races.
“We’re proud of the candidates that worked hard for what they’ve achieved and we’re thankful for the volunteers and staff of every campaign that gave so much of themselves in the months leading up to Election Day,” said Miami-Dade GOP Chairman Rene Garcia. “What happened in Miami-Dade, New Jersey and also in Virginia, shows that voters want conservative leadership that puts communities on the track to prosperity and safety.”
After a string of important victories in Virginia that include the election of Glenn Youngkin for governor, Winsome Sears for lieutenant governor, and Jason Miyares for attorney general, the Miami-Dade GOP will apply the success from strategies used to bring home similar victories for Governor Ron DeSantis and his cabinet in the upcoming elections here in Florida.
“Virginia’s election of a Cuban-American for attorney general, coupled with the first African-American lieutenant governor who was born in Jamaica, a Marine and is an ardent supporter of the second amendment, demonstrates that residents are seeking genuine and courageous leaders to represent them,” continued Garcia.
Following this first set of wins under Chairman Garcia, the Miami-Dade GOP is poised to build off the success it saw on Election Day and continue electing republicans in one of the country’s most important counties.
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