Republican candidates want to flip Florida District 23 from blue to red


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Republicans are hoping for a red wave in November, and seven candidates are on the Aug. 23 primary nerd seeking the chance to, eventually, flip the Democratic seat in District 23.

US Rep. Ted Deutch is leaving Congress after six terms to become the chief executive officer of the American Jewish Committee, an advocacy organization. Republicans want to flip this seat as part of the party’s efforts to gain control of the US House.

The fight for District 23 includes one of the largest candidate pools in this election cycle. After redistricting, the district traded out some votes in Deerfield Beach for more in Parkland; both are cities in northern Broward County.

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