There are roughly 75 days left until the Iowa Caucus.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is placing a pile of chips on winning the Hawkeye State.
But all hell is breaking loose in Iowa as this group swoops in to help DeSantis close the gap on Donald Trump.
The Iowa Caucus officially kicks off the 2024 GOP Presidential Primary battle on January 15.
The Iowa Caucus sets the tone for the next three early states of New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada, making a strong finish a must for GOP hopefuls.
Polls continue to show Donald Trump with a large lead over the rest of the field in Iowa.
A poll released on Monday by NBC News/Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa showed Trump leading among likely caucus goers with 43 percent of the vote.
Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley were tied for second place at 16 percent.
But Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is all in on winning Iowa.
He’s currently on track to visit all 99 counties in the Hawkeye State and meet with voters face to face before the January 15 Caucus.
The overwhelming majority of Iowa caucus goers are evangelical Christians, meaning they are predominantly Pro-Life voters.
Donald Trump drew fire from Pro-Life conservatives last month when he attacked Ron DeSantis for signing a ban on abortions after six weeks, calling it “a terrible thing and a terrible mistake.”
And now one conservative political group is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to let Iowa caucus goers know about Donald Trump’s Pro-Life betrayal.
“The conservative advocacy group And To The Republic rolled out a six-figure ad campaign in Iowa hitting former President Trump over his criticism of six-week abortion bans,” The Hill reported. “The $550,000 ad campaign will target conservatives in Iowa on mail, digital, television and text messaging platforms, according to a release.”
And To the Republic Executive Director Tori Sachs ripped Trump for his comments and said DeSantis deserves praise for his actions.
“Protecting innocent life is never a terrible thing or a mistake and that is why it is vital we applaud and thank Governor Kim Reynolds for protecting life,” Sachs said. “Conservative governors around the country are leading the battle against the radical Left and they should be applauded, not attacked, for their policies dedicated to saving the lives of innocent babies.”
Donald Trump still holds a commanding lead in the polls.
But the last few months are when most voters start paying attention.
And To The Republic is trying to make sure every Pro-Life caucus goer knows where Trump and DeSantis stand on the issue of abortion.
For Pro-Life voters, DeSantis is the only choice.
DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.