DeSantis Hits Campaign Trail To Support Republicans In Key States | Eastern North Carolina Now | Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is hitting the campaign trail to ramp up support for Republicans in key races ahead of the midterm elections.

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    Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is hitting the campaign trail to ramp up support for Republicans in key races ahead of the midterm elections.

    The Sunshine State Republican will headline 'Unite and Win' rallies hosted by Turning Point Action in New Mexico, Arizona, Ohio, and Pennsylvania in support of candidates including Kari Lake, Blake Masters, J.D. Vance, Doug Mastriano, Mark Ronchetti, and Yvette Herrell, "in some of this election cycle's most consequential elections."

    "Gov. DeSantis has the unique ability to unite conservatives around these candidates, and Turning Point Action is honored to host and organize these rallies on their behalf," Charlie Kirk, founder and president of Turning Point Action, said in a statement.

    DeSantis will head to Arizona next weekend to campaign for Masters, who is running for Senate, and Lake, who won the GOP gubernatorial primary. Then, he will be on to Pennsylvania to boost gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano and Ohio to campaign for Senate candidate Vance.

    Kirk described DeSantis as the "model for a new conservative movement that is willing to stand on principle and to actually fight on behalf of the values of his voters."

    "That he is willing to throw the full weight of his support behind Kari, Doug, Blake, JD, and Rep. Yvette tells you everything you need to know about these incredible candidates who I endorse and support 100%," Kirk said.

    "We believe Kari Lake will be the Ron DeSantis of the West, and Blake and JD will help break apart the uni-party consensus in Washington, D.C. to stop the endless wars, the runaway spending and put an end to the cocktail party Republicans who seem to be good at one thing only, betraying their voters," he added.

    In a statement to Fox News, Vance said he looks forward to having DeSantis rally "Ohioans to a red wave in November."

    "Ohioans are sick of Joe Biden and Tim Ryan's betrayal: they raised taxes on the working and middle class, ruined the U.S. economy, and are forcing their far-left wokeness on the rest of us," Vance said. "When I'm in the Senate, I will fight to make our state and our country more prosperous, more safe and more free."

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