Donald Trump, the previous President, is depending on a potential vice presidential candidate, a former television actress, and one of his sons to campaign for him in Iowa. This is part of his campaign’s strategy to hold numerous events in the state leading up to the Iowa caucuses.
The surrogates, including South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, Roseanne Barr, and Eric Trump, are working to energize Trump supporters in Iowa and encourage them to vote for him on January 15th in the first 2024 presidential primary.
According to Jason Miller, a senior adviser for the Trump campaign, we are confident that we have enough votes. Our focus now is on getting those voters to actually show up, and we will utilize all possible methods to make sure that happens.
The ex-president will make more appearances in Iowa for his campaign during the first half of January than he did in the last 2 and a half months combined. Despite consistently leading in Iowa polls for several months, Trump only visited the state nine times in the past 90 days.
In the lead-up to the caucuses, there were a number of polls. Although Trump eventually secured the Republican nomination and won the presidency, his team is determined to avoid a similar defeat in the future.
Miller stated, “The President has directed us to not become complacent and to continue campaigning with the mindset that we are still trailing by one point, despite our current lead of thirty points.”
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According to the data, Trump is currently in the lead and appears to be the only candidate who is being strongly considered by most potential caucus attendees. 58% of voters have stated that they will select the previous president over other GOP contenders.
Despite his intense focus on Iowa over the past few months, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis maintains his position in second place. This included relocating much of his campaign team to the state and embarking on a “full Grassley” tour of all 99 counties in Iowa.
Entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy is set to accomplish two “full Grassleys” on Tuesday, while former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has increased her campaign appearances in Iowa leading up to the caucuses.