DeSantis wins Oklahoma governor’s endorsement for Tulsa appearance

Republican Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt spoke in Tulsa on Saturday to endorse Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in the 2024 presidential election.

DeSantis, who ranks second only to former President Donald Trump in most polls of Republican voters, is headed uphill after a series of headwinds from Trump’s attacks. there is

Stitt introduced DeSantis at a special event in Tulsa hosted by the Political Action Committee Never Back Down, where the Florida native remained steady amid the pandemic and political turmoil. He said he was keeping pace with Republicans while maintaining

“Mr DeSantis did not surrender national rights or individual liberties to groupthink,” Stitt said. “This election cycle will remind Oklahomans that Mr. DeSantis is one of the few who never backed down.”

unsealing friday 37 indictments against Trump While President Trump is at the top of the news in connection with the discovery of more than 100 government documents at the former president’s Florida home last August, he poses an inevitable challenge to his opponents. Either recognize the seriousness of the incident or accept the allegation that Mr Trump was a victim of a witch hunt. He saw the Department of Justice weaponized for politically damaging jobs.

Mr. Stitt did not mention Mr. Trump, who led Sooner state with more than 65% of the vote in both 2016 and 2020, but Mr. DeSantis was a “principle” with a chance to serve a second consecutive term. A true leader,” he said. A span of 8 years. If Trump is re-elected, it will be his second term, and his term will be just four years.

“DeSantis delivered bold results for the people of Florida, laying the foundation for a booming economy, a student-results-oriented education system, and better infrastructure for working families,” said Oklahoma’s governor.

The endorsement follows news that 20 Oklahoma legislators and former Republican US Congressman Jim Bridenstine have also formally endorsed Mr. DeSantis as a presidential candidate.

DeSantis, who spoke after Stitt, referred to the challenge of prosecuting Mr. Trump, saying he would “wipe the Justice Department from top to bottom” if elected.

Emily Gold and Alec Hernandez contributed. DeSantis wins Oklahoma governor’s endorsement for Tulsa appearance

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