The senator is making the stops in the early Republican Presidential primary states….
The list of those lining up to run in 2024 continues to grow as Donald Trump works to collect court and trial dates…
Scott last month made a jam-packed stop in the Hawkeye State, teaming up with popular Iowa GOP Gov. Kim Reynolds, speaking to students at Drake University and headlining a Polk County GOP fundraising dinner.
On April 13, the senator will make his first visit this year to New Hampshire for a round of retail politicking as he greets voters at the Red Arrow Diner in Manchester, which for decades has been a must stop in the Granite State for White House hopefuls. Later in the day, he’s scheduled to meet with local pastors and Republican leaders.
The Iowa and New Hampshire stops will be immediately followed by a two-day donor summit in his home state of South Carolina, which votes third in the GOP presidential primary schedule. Invitations for the April 14-15 event, which will include a reception and dinner on Friday evening and a breakfast, policy discussion and “political update” Saturday, were sent to donors across the country.
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“This next week will provide clarity to how he’s thinking about 2024,” a Republican operative in Scott’s political orbit, who asked to remain anonymous to speak more freely, told Fox News…
“As I continue my Faith in America tour, I’m hearing from families across the country about the need for new leaders who have faith in the American people,” the senator said a few days ago in a release advertising the upcoming stops….
Scott would also face serious competition from Nikki Haley, the former ambassador to the United Nations and former two-term South Carolina governor who launched a 2024 presidential campaign two months ago. Scott and Haley, who’s spending plenty of time on the campaign trail in Iowa and New Hampshire, share many of the same allies and donors….
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