The Latinos in highly competitive Florida are considered a crucial group of the population by Republicans and Democrats.
Orlando – basses boom, a drummer goes to extremes, a vocal duo rocks. Before the music dies away, Nino González walks with springy steps onto a stage that is more reminiscent of a theater setting than a church. Behind him are symbols of prosperity, a single-family house, a bulging money bag with a dollar sign. The pastor preaches the prosperity gospel, the gospel of prosperity, according to which success and faith go hand in hand. Those who make money are automatically godly. And vice versa. “Listen, God likes it when our finances flourish!” Then he brings a real estate agent on stage who is currently campaigning intensively.