Many on the right hold high hopes for former President Donald Trump and DeSantis, envisioning a dream ticket of either Trump/DeSantis or DeSantis/Trump.
In a recent poll by ABC News and the Washington Post, President Biden’s chances of winning re-election have reached an all-time low. The poll suggests he would lose to Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
On Thursday, a federal appeals court upheld a statute that added security safeguards to the use of drop boxes and placed limitations on casting votes by mail in the sunshine state of Florida, among other changes to election regulations.
Sen. Travis Hutson of Florida has proposed changing the “resign-to-run” rule in the state so that Gov. Ron DeSantis might declare his candidacy for president without quitting as governor.
In anticipation of the first-in-the-nation Republican presidential primary in the Hawkeye State, numerous potential and confirmed candidates for the 2024 election gathered at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition’s 2023 Spring kick-off.
In advance of a highly anticipated presidential announcement, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis made his first appearance of the year in Michigan. In this battleground state, Democratic majorities have grown under the leadership of high-profile Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
Former President Donald Trump was indicted on March 30 for allegedly misreporting payments of hush money to Stormy Daniels, an adult film actress, weeks before the 2016 election. Florida governor Ron DeSantis (R) condemned the indictment of the former President.
According to an interview published on Sunday, President Biden said he has other things to finalize before starting a 2024 presidential campaign.
President Joseph Biden was widely thought to announce his intentions to compete for re-election immediately following his State of the Union speech on February 7. More than two weeks later, no such declaration has been made, and a story on Wednesday suggested Biden may not run for president in 2024 after all.
On Tuesday morning, former South Carolina governor and Republican Nikki Haley made public her intention to seek the party’s presidential candidacy in 2024. Ironically on her very first day as a presidential candidate, Nikki Haley was the subject of a brutal poll.