As the US 2024 GOP presidential hopefuls prepare for the first debate, USSC Associate Professor in American Politics and Foreign Policy David Smith and Research Editor Victoria Cooper spoke with Research Director Jared Mondschein to give a breakdown on the candidates and the odds of anyone besting former president Trump.
What happened to Ron DeSantis? Will the legal challenges to Trump derail his campaign? Does anyone stand a chance of surging past Trump to secure the nomination?
To read more on the 2024 Republican race, we recommend the following USSC analysis:
- Why the 2024 US presidential election will likely be a choice between Biden and Trump again by Victoria Cooper
- Evangelical Christians are crucial voters in Republican primaries. Would they support DeSantis or Trump? by David Smith
- Indictment unlikely to erode Trump support by Victoria Cooper
- Yes, federal charges against a former president are unprecedented — but so is Trump’s political power by Jared Mondschein