Voters in Crestview, Fla., strongly support conservative candidates. Located in Florida’s deeply red Panhandle, Crestview residents tend to hold strong to traditional Republican values, especially when it comes to taxes and spending. The last time a Republican presidential candidate lost here was in 1968, when George Wallace picked up 58.8 pecent of the vote.
Crestview Mayor David Cadle recently introduced Florida Governor Rick Scott, a Republican, during a campaign stop, saying, “Thanks to Governor Scott, we have recouped our losses and reinstated Florida’s savings, bringing long-awaited stability to the Sunshine State.” Many of Scott’s proposals include tax cuts. Cadle and other Crestview City Council members have placed a great deal of emphasis on being fiscally conservative.
Crestview’s U.S. Rep., Jeff Miller, is considered one of the most conservative members of Congress according to the American Conservative Union.
Residents here are likely to …
- drive a Buick.
- eat at Hardee’s.
- shop at Sam’s Club.
- watch The Bachelorette.
- read Good Housekeeping.