A tale of two counties shows a path forward for the GOP

I grew up in an Orlando suburb called Hunter’s Creek, and it is probably what you imagine when you close your eyes and picture a Florida suburb: single-family homes with sago palms in the yard, retention ponds with alligators nestled among golf course holes, and marshy cypress woods, all within a short driving distance of a Publix supermarket. Hunter’s Creek is just along the southern edge of Orange County, Florida, long a part of the famous “I-4 corridor,” a critical area for swing votes in the Sunshine State “where presidents get picked.”

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