Candidates Who Oppose CRT Flip School Board Minorities in Five Florida Counties

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School board candidates who oppose divisive ideology being taught in public schools managed to flip political majorities in five Florida counties last week as the issue of controversial curricula in school has dominated the state’s political battles and is likely to play a major role in the upcoming national midterm races.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has taken front and center stage of the political opposition to issues like critical race theory and sexuality education in schools and lent his support to school board candidates competing in local races last Tuesday and the political action committee working to place conservative candidates on local boards.

The Christian Post reported that the PAC, 1776 Project PAC, is committed to backing school board candidates who “want to reform our public education system by promoting patriotism and pride in American history.”

Ryan Girdusky of 1776 Project PAC took to Twitter to celebrate their formidable victory last week.

One particularly noteworthy victory was that of conservative candidates in Miami Dade county, making this populous locality officially the largest county in the nation with a conservative majority school board.

The PAC also celebrated wins in Duval County, Sarasota County, Martin County, and Clay County, where conservative candidates overtook left-leaning school board members.

The Post noted that over two dozen school board candidates out of 49 backed by the 1776 Project PAC won their races. Most of the candidates they supported in Texas, Kansas, Minnesota, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Virginia have seen success.

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