DeSantis plans to unleash a "flurry of ads" in Iowa beginning on Thanksgiving in possible efforts to outshine rival candidate and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, and sway the GOP electorate toward him.
There is a new nonprofit backing Florida governor Ron DeSantis in his bid to sweep through Iowa’s GOP voters with a big enough vote percentage to give his campaign a much-needed booster shot. Several top GOP mega donors have expressed dissatisfaction with DeSantis’ current super PAC, Never Back Down. Tensions among the super PAC and the governor's campaign have risen as a result of disagreements over what appears to be a losing "strategy."
The new Florida-based group, Fight Right Inc., is led by three attorneys close to DeSantis and has already spent close to a quarter of a million dollars on reserved airtime for ads just two months ahead of the Iowa caucuses.
in the latest Des Moines Register/NBC News/Mediacom Iowa Poll, Trump holds a 27 percentage-point lead among GOP voters there, while DeSantis and Nikki Haley are closely placed together for second place.
In a newly released New Hampshire poll, DeSantis finished a dismal fourth among likely GOP voters there behind Trump, Haley and Christie.
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