G. McConway
January 11, 2023

Florida Democrat Chair Resigns After Mid-term Thumping

The problems for Democrats in Florida just got worse.

Manny Diaz, the Democrat Party Chair in Florida, has resigned.

Not only did Diaz resign, but he also set the building on fire on his way out the door.

A Hot Mess

Diaz slammed the party as “practically irrelevant” in his resignation letter.

He stated, “During my tenure, I hoped to address these issues.

“Instead, I found obstacles to securing the resources and a long-standing, systemic and deeply entrenched culture resistant to change; one where individual agendas are more important than team; where self-interest dominates and bureaucracies focus on self-preservation.”

He continued, “We cannot win elections if we continue to rely on voter registration to drive turnout, build field operations only around elections, and expect to get our vote out without engaging voters where they live.

“Maybe it is not always about trying to fix something that is broken. Maybe it is about starting over and creating something better. I wish my successor Godspeed.”

Diaz seems to be suffering from the same issue the Republican Party is having nationwide, seemingly everywhere BUT Florida.

There was a red wave during the 2022 election cycle, but it was limited to Florida, where DeSantis managed to turn longtime blue districts completely red in this election.

We have all been calling for change atop leadership, but the only people that really listened were the 20 individuals that stood up to McCarthy during the Speaker election.

RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel is being challenged for her position, but she will, in all likelihood, win another term because the establishment and swamp are behind her.

Her biggest challenger is Harmeet Dhillon, a conservative attorney that is hoping to upset the apple cart.

Additionally, the Alabama GOP has given McDaniel a vote of “no confidence” earlier this week.

Source: Washington Examiner

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