Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ primary campaign faces a significant restructure. Over a third of his campaign staff have departed, according to the campaign manager, Generra Peck, in an attempt to “streamline operations.” The campaign has also grappled with fundraising struggles, despite a commendable $20 million haul in Q2 of 2023. Poll numbers tell a similar story, with DeSantis losing ground among Republican primary voters, particularly to former President Donald Trump. This news paints a contrasting picture to the initial days of DeSantis’ campaign, which was seen as a promising counterpoint to Biden’s administration. With the campaign’s health in question, it remains to be seen how DeSantis will navigate this political storm.
DeSantis Campaign: Restructuring or Crisis?
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