Former Vice President Mike Pence is finding the road to the 2024 presidential election to be anything but smooth. His bid to secure the Oval Office is marred by less-than-expected fundraising outcomes and donor count. His campaign and super PAC reported a combined total of only $3.85 million in Q2, falling significantly short compared to Donald Trump’s $35 million and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ $20 million. Moreover, Pence’s struggle to meet the required 40,000 unique donors for eligibility in the upcoming GOP primary debate is raising questions about his viability as a contender. Despite these hurdles, Pence remains steadfast, confidently stating he’ll participate in the debate. Yet, with such tough competition and lukewarm GOP voter response, his optimism might not be enough.
Pence’s Path to 2024: Is a Rough Road Ahead?
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