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 January 3, 2024

Sean Hannity announces plans to move to Florida, leaving New York

Fox News host Sean Hannity announced his move from New York to Florida on Tuesday, citing his alignment with the conservative policies and elected officials in the Sunshine State.

Speaking on his iHeartRadio show, Hannity emphasized that he had been considering the move for some time and is now officially broadcasting from his new home in Florida.

One of many

Expressing his contentment with the decision, Hannity highlighted Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott as examples of elected officials who share his values.

He conveyed a sense of relief in having representatives in Florida who align with his political views, a sentiment he claimed to experience for the first time in his adult life.

Hannity suggested that his move reflects a broader trend of individuals relocating from Democratic-led states to Republican-led states, citing Florida as an attractive destination.

Governor DeSantis has previously promoted Florida as one of the fastest-growing states, asserting that people are migrating from traditionally blue states like New York and California to Florida.

Blasting New York

During his radio show, Hannity criticized Democratic-led states for what he characterized as high taxes, burdensome regulation, elevated crime rates, and subpar school districts.

He asserted that he might be late in making the move, acknowledging that many others have relocated before him and expressed satisfaction with their decisions.

The Fox News host's decision to relocate to Florida is in line with a narrative often espoused by conservative figures, emphasizing the benefits of Republican-led governance and policies.

Real estate moves

Sean Hannity, known for his extensive real estate investments, refrained from specifying the exact location in Florida where his show is now based.

In April 2021, Hannity acquired a townhouse in Palm Beach for a recorded sum of $5.3 million. However, broadcasting from this residence is prohibited by Palm Beach law, according to an official who confirmed this information to the Palm Beach Daily News on Tuesday afternoon.

Palm Beach Town Council President Margaret Zeidman clarified that the town's regulations do not permit businesses to operate from private homes, effectively preventing Hannity from using his Palm Beach townhouse for broadcasting.

Hannity has not yet designated the Palm Beach townhouse as his primary residence in the latest Palm Beach County property-tax rolls.

As Hannity settles into his new home state, his commentary suggests a personal endorsement of Florida's political landscape and an overall positive outlook on the move.

Written By:
Dillon Burroughs

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