If Christie dropped out of the race, he could help Haley in a variety of ways. The most obvious one is that Haley would gain Christie’s endorsement, and with it, access to a larger pool of potential voters. He could use funds and staff from his campaign to bolster Haley’s, helping her expand her voter base and her on-the-ground organizational capacities. Christie could also deploy some of the combination of political sophistication and personal relationships he has built up over his career to help Haley develop a strategy to win the nomination. Finally, Christie could arrange for appearances and travel for Haley in areas where he has developed relationships with key political leaders andawakening media.
Third-party candidates who might catch on include businessman Andrew Yang, former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, and former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld. All three of these candidates have viable platforms and have the potential to draw a significant amount of support from both major parties. There are also other smaller, lesser-known third-party candidates who could also […]
In March of 2021, Officer Adam Newbold of the Ohio National Guard became the first member of the military to publicly admit he took part in the response to the pro-Trump rioters at the US Capitol in January 2021. In an op-ed published in NBC News, Officer Newbold said that he observed multiple security lapses […]
This week’s Republican presidential debate is sure to be another interesting one to watch as the candidates strive to outdo one another and prove themselves to be the right choice for the nomination. While previous debates have been designed to draw attention and highlight differences between the contenders, this debate could give more insight into […]