‘Huge mistake’: DeSantis’ migrant transports could undercut support in South Florida

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Gov. Ron DeSantis’ decision to transport mostly Venezuelan migrants to Martha’s Vineyard earlier this week could hurt the Republican governor in November with a key constituency that the GOP has sought to win over. The move by DeSantis dominated the radio and television airwaves in South Florida — where large swaths of Hispanic voters live. One Spanish radio host loudly denounced the move and even compared DeSantis’ actions to that of deceased Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, who relocated Cubans in the early ‘60s. Democrat Charlie Crist, who is challenging DeSantis, on Saturday rushed out a new digital

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