June 22, 2022

Casey DeSantis Launches ‘Mamas for DeSantis’: ‘Largest Movement of Parents in Florida History’

Casey DeSantis

By Eric Daugherty

June 22, 2022 Updated 9:04 A.M. ET

TALLAHASSEE (FLV) – Ron DeSantis for Governor announced that the Governor’s wife, First Lady Casey DeSantis, announced “Mamas for DeSantis,” a movement to get “Florida moms, grandmas, abuelas, nanas, and more” to work on getting DeSantis re-elected this Nov.

“Here in Florida, we have a true leader looking out for mamas, families, and our children: my husband, Governor Ron DeSantis. It is more important than ever for us to support him this November, and Mamas for DeSantis are fired up to do just that,” Casey DeSantis said.

DeSantis’ new effort will “directly engage with parents and families who want their voices heard.” A press release said the campaign will feature paid media, direct mail, digital advertising, and state-wide events.

“I am proud to have Casey by my side, and I am grateful for the example she sets for our three children. And now, I am excited to work alongside her as we launch the biggest parental rights movement in history,” Ron DeSantis said.

“We are working every day to make Florida the most pro-parent state in the nation, and Mamas for DeSantis gives a voice to mothers across the state.”   

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The Governor has made education and parental rights a forefront of his agenda. Earlier this year, DeSantis signed the Parental Rights in Education Act. DeSantis worked to keep schools open to in-person learning while Democrats supported keeping them closed or remote-only.

Casey DeSantis defeated cancer earlier this year. In her time as First Lady, she has launched several initiatives like Resiliency Florida, Hope Florida, and The Facts. Your Future.

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