Ron DeSantis is expected to launch his Presidential campaign any day now.
But some conservatives are done waiting on DeSantis to enter the race.
And Ron DeSantis made one announcement about Iowa and New Hampshire that put Donald Trump on the edge of his seat.
Ron DeSantis managed to get the majority of his agenda passed into law during the recent legislative session.
DeSantis took on everything from the woke Left to Biden’s border crisis to parental rights to teachers union bosses to abortion to gun rights.
The Florida Governor kept his plans about 2024 close to his chest during the legislative session, instead telling reporters serving the people of Florida was his only focus.
Even though DeSantis has not entered the race yet, he did visit important Republican Primary states like Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Nevada, and several others over the past few months as part of his book-signing tour.
And it looks like DeSantis’ visits to the critical Republican Primary states of Iowa and New Hampshire paid off for the Governor in the form of dozens of endorsements.
Before DeSantis’ visit to Iowa this past weekend, his team announced the support of 37 state legislators in the Hawkeye State.
Overall, DeSantis has the support of more than a third of the state Republican legislative caucus.
As the first state to hold a vote in the Republican Presidential Primary, Iowa is one of the most important states for GOP candidates.
New Hampshire holds the “first in the nation primary” the week after the Iowa Caucus, making it a critically important state for Republican Presidential campaigns.
Last month, DeSantis helped the New Hampshire GOP raise a record-breaking $382,000 by headlining their 2023 Amos Tuck Dinner.
On Tuesday, the pro-DeSantis Super PAC Never Back Down released a list of more than 50 lawmakers in New Hampshire who officially endorsed Ron DeSantis for President.
On the list is New Hampshire House Majority Leader Jason Osborne, a huge pick up for DeSantis.
Four Republicans previously on Donald Trump’s list of supporters were also on DeSantis’ list.
However, the four Republicans told reporters that they are all supporting “both” Trump and DeSantis.
DeSantis has not entered the race.
But his Press Secretary Bryan Griffin just stepped down to join the campaign’s political team and DeSantis is expected to convene over 100 donors and other allies for a briefing next week.
All signs are pointing to a DeSantis entry into the race within the next few weeks.
DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.