Republicans In Florida Want DeSantis To End 2024 Run

According to reports, Florida Republicans have asked Gov. Ron DeSantis to stop running in the 2024 Republican primary and focus on his current job.

The Florida Republican Assembly, a grass-roots political group, has published a resolution urging DeSantis to finish his four-year term as governor of Florida, a position to which he was reelected in November 2022.

As confirmed on social media, the announcement implied that Florida citizens’ interests had been put secondary to DeSantis’ presidential ambition and that his campaign had created a diversion.

They also said that since its announcement in May, DeSantis’ campaign has not attained favorable poll results or garnered substantial momentum.

DeSantis continues to poll far behind Trump by enormous amounts in the polls, with his flailing campaign hampered by a series of issues, questions about his capacity to charm voters, and a dearth of cash going into the primary.

A report shows the Florida governor is running for president in 2024, but he is having trouble raising money and will have to get by on a small amount for the end of the primary season.
According to the declaration, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has been neglecting his duties as governor while campaigning for the presidency of the United States, often at the cost of the state’s taxpayers.
The assembly also wants DeSantis to stop campaigning and come back to Florida in order to carry out the rest of his term.

According to Election Betting Odds, DeSantis’s possibility of winning the Republican presidential campaign has decreased to 7.5%, which places him in third place among investors and bettors. This puts DeSantis in the position of having the least favorable odds.

Nikki Haley, a former governor of South Carolina, has overtaken Ron DeSantis in the polls this week and now has a 10.3% probability of winning the Republican nomination for president.

President Trump, who has a current rating of 74.8%, is presently polling well ahead of Haley and DeSantis.