VIDEO: Even Democrats Are Admitting Florida Dem Gov Candidates Are Struggling

Even Florida’s Democrats can’t deny that their chances are not looking good in the governor’s race.

Per the RGA

Even Florida’s Democrats can’t deny that their chances are not looking good in the governor’s race.

As their hand-picked establishment candidate, Gwen Graham, fails to attract support, their primary is growing increasingly fragile. Just recently, failed Senate candidate and “weird playboy billionaire” Jeff Greene opted to join the race after likely concluding the field was so weak that even he may have a shot.

Now, according to 10 News, “even Democrats admit” that the Florida Democrat gubernatorial primary “may need some shaking up” because none of the candidates are “gaining traction.”

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Democrats may still be holding out that a more viable candidate will enter the field – but their time is quickly running short.




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