Republican activists announced a stunning victory last night in Florida, revealing that five “woke” school boards across the state were flipped to conservative.
A group of concerned citizens joined forces to successfully flip school boards from liberal to conservative, including Miami Dade County which has over 300,000 students.
Greg Price of X Strategies, said: “School boards in Miami Dade, Duval, Sarasota, Martin, and Clay Counties have all flipped from majority liberal to majority conservative tonight!
“Great work by @1776ProjectPac, @RyanGirdusky, @AidenBuzzetti, and Governor DeSantis!”
School boards in Miami Dade, Duval, Sarasota, Martin, and Clay Counties have all flipped from majority liberal to majority conservative tonight!
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) August 24, 2022
1776 Project Pac, a PAC dedicated to electing school board members committed to abolishing CRT from the public school curriculum, said: “HUGE: Both of our candidates in Miami Dade County, Florida just WON their elections, flipping the school board conservative.
“Miami Dade is now the LARGEST county in America with a conservative school board majority.
“Congrats to Roberto Alonso and Monica Colucci.”
“We are the 1776 Project PAC and we just flipped FIVE school boards in Florida from liberal to conservative.”
Miami Dade has over 300 THOUSAND students.
We just flipped the school board to conservatives. HUGE WIN TONIGHT! https://t.co/fsfdzniEsW
— Aiden (@AidenBuzzetti) August 24, 2022
Ryan James Girdusky listed the school boards that 1776 Project PAC flipped seats and won several conservative majorities:
- – Bay
- – Brevard
- – Clay
- – Duval
- – Flager
- – Hernando
- – Hillsborough
- – Martin
- – Miami-Dade
- – Okaloosa
- – Polk
- – Putnam
- – Sarasota
🚨BREAKING: Both of our candidates in Duval County, Florida won their elections and have FLIPPED the school board conservative.
Congrats to April Carney and Charlotte Joyce.
Miami and Jacksonville officially have conservative school board majorities.
— 1776 Project Pac (@1776ProjectPac) August 24, 2022