Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis dropped in on customers at a Jacksonville Buc-ee’s Thursday for a surprise signing session for his newly released book, “The Courage to Be Free: Florida’s Blueprint for America’s Revival.”
During the stop, DeSantis handed out and signed copies of his book, which was released Feb. 28 and quickly jumped to the top of the Amazon Best Sellers list. He also stayed to pose for photos with numerous supporters lining up to greet him.
The surprise stop followed his appearance speaking to the local Fraternal Order of Police and signing books at Jacksonville Beach.
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DeSantis is no stranger to stops at Buc-ee’s, a growing gas station chain in states across the country. In 2021, he took his daughter, Madison, to one for the first time. Earlier that year, he told attendees at a grand opening of a new location he was a “gas station connoisseur.”
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“Took Madison to Buc-ee’s for the first time. She liked the Beaver Chips and the Cotton Candy Dippin Dots ice cream, but most everything they have is great!” he tweeted following the visit with his daughter from him.
DeSantis, rumored to be mulling a 2024 campaign for the White House, spoke at a number of events across the state this week and is expected to speak at events in Houston and Dallas and the Reagan Library in California this weekend.
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He is also expected to appear at an upcoming event in Iowa, the location of the first contest in the presidential primaries, alongside Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds.