Cinematographer/Director Frank X. Panico and Executive Producers Sam and Kevin Sorbo will be in attendance. They come together to bring you a breathtaking new documentary titled “Systematic Deception.” Carla Spalding will be speaking after the movie along with many other conservatives.
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"Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) and Carla Spalding (R) are heading for another election day clash, but could the results of the 2020 Midterm elections have a different outcome than the 2020 Presidential elections?
Spalding, a registered nurse from Hallandale Beach, Florida, beat Rep. Wasserman Schultz during early voting and on election day in both Miami-Dade and Broward Counties last year.
Rep. Wasserman Schultz was able to defeat Spalding after garnering the overwhelming majority of mail-in ballots that were cast in that congressional district.
But with Republicans in control of redistricting, and with the Biden administration weighing down Democratic Party chances of retaining their majorities in the U.S. Congress, Spalding could pull off an upset later this year?
According to the latest Federal Election Commission (FEC) financial reports, Spalding has outraised Rep. Wasserman Schultz by $100,000 in the 2022 election cycle.
To date, Spalding has raised a total of $1,057, 663.87 while Rep. Wasserman Schultz has raised $944,681.83.
Wasserman Schultz has a significant advantage in cash-on-hand and could turn on the fundraising at the drop of a dime.
But with ten months until election day, money is expected to flood into Spalding’s campaign, and with former President Donald Trump eyeing this race between Wasserman Schultz and Spalding, Republican chances of picking up this deep blue congressional seat have increased.
“Americans have had enough of the failed economic policies of the Biden administration that my opponent has championed. She is complicit with the ongoing destruction of our national economy as a result of Bidenflation, and has embraced the weakness that this president has projected to the rest of the world,” said Spalding in a statement.
The redistricting process is expected to wrap up in the coming weeks and Republicans could be poised to gain a congressional majority in the state.
" After the dust settled in many competitive and not-so-competitive municipal, state level, and federal races in Florida, it was clear that the Democratic Party effort to co-opt the long-standing Republican absentee ballot effort worked.
Republicans have historically defeated Democrats in absentee ballot mailings but this election cycle it was much different. Democrats crushed Republicans with mail-in votes, but Republicans won in early voting and on Election Day across the state.
This was the case in the congressional race between Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) and Republican Carla Spalding.
Spalding exceeded expectations and defeated Rep. Wasserman Schultz in both Miami-Dade and Broward Counties in Early Voting and Election Day votes.
Yes, Wasserman Schultz would have lost her congressional race if not for an impressive Democratic mail-in ballot effort.
Wasserman Schultz’s won the race with mail-in ballots by a whopping 137K to 57K votes, but what does it say about Wasserman Schultz’s possible vulnerabilities for future elections?
Wasserman Schultz only beat Spalding in Miami-Dade County by less than 1% of the overall vote or 312 total votes.
Broward County was a different story as the well-funded Wasserman Schultz was able to win the overall vote by 18%.
Expect Wasserman Schultz, who relishes the get out the vote effort every election cycle and enjoys to engage voters at the polls, to make a concerted effort to move the needle in her favor.
As for Spalding, if she decides to run again, could a slight change in strategy garner her enough votes to defeat Wasserman Schultz? Here is the breakdown of each county."