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Thursday, November 2, 2023
More Than 1,000 Veterans Flock To New DeSantis Coalition Just 2 Weeks After Launch: 'Service Above Self' - Florida Gov Ron DeSantis Is The Only Military Veteran In The Presidential Race
Mark Miller at FoxNews.com offers a piece on how military veterans are flocking
to presidential candidate and Navy veteran Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, the only military
veteran in the presidential race.
FIRST ON FOX: Over 1,000 veterans have joined
the National Veterans Coalition recently launched by GOP presidential candidate Ron DeSantis, his campaign tells Fox News Digital.
campaign launched the coalition in South Carolina two weeks
ago touting the Florida governor’s status as the only veteran in the
presidential race on both sides of the aisle while highlighting his
"Mission First" military and national defense policy unveiled this
"Leadership is a privilege and should be earned, not
given," Congressman Rich McCormick (R-GA), a decorated Marine Corps and
Navy veteran, who is the national chair for the Veterans for DeSantis
Coalition, told Fox News Digital. "Veterans from across the nation are lining up to support Ron DeSantis for
president because he is the only candidate in this race who has worn the flag
on his sleeve and truly understands what it means to put service above self.
It's a dangerous world, and we need a commander-in-chief who is ready to go on
You can read the rest of the piece and listen to an interview
with Governor DeSantis via the below link:
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