Hurricane Ian exposes Property Insurance Mess Florida Republicans have created
Rubio and Scott vote against storm aid. DeSantis fundraises from insurance firms while Florida residents struggle to get affordable property insurance.
Follow the money, flooding and storm damage with this map. Vote for leaders who put constituents above their own political ambitions.
- Six Florida property insurance companies were declared insolvent this year, and others are canceling or not renewing policies — Axios
- Floridians are paying triple the national average for property insurance. Premiums have increased 112.8% since DeSantis took office in 2019 — DeSantis Watch
- Why didn’t DeSantis take more robust action in May to shore up the property insurance market? Follow the State Farm Insurance donations. — Popular Info
- DeSantis defends delayed Hurricane Ian evacuations in Lee County — The Independent
Hurricane relief and property insurance not more Republican grandstanding
Counter political spin with the facts
Help voters see how Republican policies reward their corporate donors at their expense. Maps are ideal for exposing exploitation. Readers can quickly check local conditions to see how they are being affected personally. Florida Keys Dems created this map with pro bono help from DemLabs using ArcGIS Online to show flooding with real time NOAA data. Where were hurricane evacuations delayed vs the most damage took place? Which areas are still suffering the most from flooding?