DeSantis extends invitation to New Hampshire GOP debate

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) is giving his supporters the opportunity to attend the upcoming New Hampshire GOP debate, which is set to take place later this month.

In a recent post on X (formerly Twitter), DeSantis expressed his gratitude to his supporters by offering them the opportunity to attend the New Hampshire GOP debate as his guest. “As a special ‘thank you,’ I’m giving our supporters a chance to attend the New Hampshire GOP debate as my guest,” DeSantis wrote. By simply adding their names, supporters and a plus-one will have the chance to be flown in for the debate and enjoy a meet and greet with DeSantis.

DeSantis’s campaign is giving individuals an exciting opportunity to attend the debate. All they have to do is add their name and email to a list, and if selected, the campaign will generously provide them with two tickets to the event. That’s not all – transportation and lodging will also be taken care of, ensuring a seamless experience. What’s more, lucky attendees will even have the chance to meet DeSantis and his family. This incredible offer is detailed on the campaign’s website.

The CNN debate in New Hampshire is scheduled for Jan. 21, just two days prior to the state’s primary on Jan. 23. DeSantis currently holds a distant third place in the state’s polls, while former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley’s popularity continues to soar.

According to a recent poll conducted by Emerson College Polling/WHDH, former President Trump continues to hold a strong lead in New Hampshire among Republican primary voters. The poll reveals that 44 percent of the voters in the state support Trump, while Haley trails behind with 28 percent. DeSantis, on the other hand, only managed to secure 7 percent of the support.


Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican, announced the suspension of his presidential campaign on Wednesday. Christie, who dedicated a significant amount of his time to campaigning in New Hampshire, decided to end his bid for the White House.

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