election 2024

Election Insider: 6 Things You Should Know

Craig HueyElection, Politics, Voter Guide 1 Comment

(Editor’s note: This is part of our continuing series for all the presidential candidates for the 2024 election—No endorsement for any candidate is made)

  1. New Trend: Biden Down In Some Key Swing States
  • Georgia: Trump VS Biden
    • Trump 49%
    • Biden 43%
  • Pennsylvania: Trump VS Biden
    • Trump 48%
    • Biden 44%
  • Michigan: Trump VS Biden
    • Trump 48%
    • Biden 43%
  • Wisconsin: Trump VS Biden
    • Trump 45%
    • Biden 47%
  1. Biden and Democrats report raising $71 million-plus for 2024 race from July through September

President Biden and the Democratic National Committee raised more than $71 million for his reelection in the three months ending Sept. 30.

They also raised $72 million in the 10 weeks between his official campaign announcement on April 25 and the end of the second quarter on June 30 for a total of over $143 million.

Trump’s 2024 campaign announced last week that it raised more than $45.5 million for the three months ending Sept. 30, without the benefit of the national GOP or party entities.

112,000 people have now committed to be sustaining Democrat donors, meaning they have promised to continue to contribute every month, the campaign said. More than 493,000 donors made 843,000 donations across all Biden and Democratic entities over the quarter, with 97% of donations coming in under $200. Donors also hailed from all 50 states, the campaign said.

  1. Republican Governor angry over former President Trump: support for Covid lockdowns and church closings.

Former President Trump recently attacked the idea of more lockdowns. But he upset many Conservative and Republicans by trying to make it sound as if he had not supported the first lockdowns and church closings.

Governor Brain Kemp of Georgia responded to Trump: “The fact is former President Trump led the opposition to my decision to reopen Georgia – the first state in the country to do so. While he listened to Fauci & parroted media talking points, I listened to hardworking Georgians. He may not remember, but I sure as hell do.”

  1. The Kennedy Factor: Who does it hurt… Trump or Biden?

Presidential Candidate Robert Kennedy garnered 22% in a poll for a three-way matchup.

Biden got 39% and Trump got 36% among registered voters nationwide.

The third-party candidate also received the largest share of independent voters with 36% support, followed by Trump got 31% and Biden got 30%.

  1. State Election Alert: Nikki Haley jumps to second in key early State

Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley jumped to second place behind former President Donald Trump in the upcoming New Hampshire Primary.

New Hampshire is the second primary state.

Iowa is the first state that uses a Caucus. The first-in-the-nation primary election state is New Hampshire.

Haley saw 19% support among likely republican primary voters in the state, following Trump’s lead at 49%.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis came in third with 10%.

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie got 6%.

South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy both garnered 4% support.

Former Vice President Mike Pence and North Dakota Gov. Dough Burgum received 1% each, and all other 2024 Gop hopefuls garnered less than 1% support.

After New Hampshire is South Carolina. In South Carolina, Haley garnered 16.6% support behind Trump at 50.5%, followed by DeSantis with 12.1% among GOP primary voters.

Nationwide, the results are different. 2024 National Republican primary, based on polls conducted between Sept. 15 and Oct. 3, show Trump is leading the field by over 40 points, followed by DeSantis with 14.5%, Haley with 7.4%, Ramaswamy with 5.3% and Pence with 3.8%. All other candidates garnered less than 3% support.

  1. Vivek Ramaswamy Spends $12 Million on Ads

Presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy is placing ads on radio, TV, cable, digital, and direct mail in two key early voting states.

The biotech entrepreneur is spending $8 million in Iowa and $4 million in New Hampshire.

His campaign and his aligned American Exceptionalism PAC have spent considerably less compared to others who are running in the primary.

[Note: Be sure to read The Trouble with Vivek? 6 Things About His Hindu Worldview You Should Know….]

OR MORE INTERESTING STUFF READ: Election Insider: 3 Things You Should Know Before the Debate

Comments 1

  1. Craig,

    I will be using your recommendations again for Voter Guides covering Orange and Los Angeles counties, for the 2024 March & November elections.

    When do you think you will start publishing for March?

    Many thanks,
    Margaret Bengtson
    Calvary La Habra
    La Habra Republican Women

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