Monday 8 August 2022 06:22 PM Ron DeSantis to campaign for -backed candidates in Arizona, Ohio and ... trends now

Monday 8 August 2022 06:22 PM Ron DeSantis to campaign for -backed candidates in Arizona, Ohio and ... trends now
Monday 8 August 2022 06:22 PM Ron DeSantis to campaign for Trump-backed candidates in Arizona, Ohio and ... trends now

Monday 8 August 2022 06:22 PM Ron DeSantis to campaign for Trump-backed candidates in Arizona, Ohio and ... trends now

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is hitting the campaign trail for several GOP candidates across the country who won their primary elections after being endorsed by Donald Trump.

The popular Republican official made a name for himself among conservatives for his opposition to the Biden administration on COVID-19 mandates and his Parental Rights In Education bill, which critics have dubbed 'Don't Say Gay.'

Now, he's testing that influence in the key battleground states of Ohio, Arizona, New Mexico and Pennsylvania in a series of rallies held by Turning Point Action titled 'Unite and Win.' 

DailyMail.com obtained a copy of Turning Point Action's press release confirming the events. DeSantis' participation was first revealed by Fox.

It adds to speculation that DeSantis could be eyeing a future White House bid - as multiple early GOP voter polls show him close to and even surpassing the former president as the preferred 2024 candidate.

And in all but one of the states scheduled, DeSantis will be campaigning alongside Republicans who won tough primaries thanks, in part, to Trump's support.

In Arizona, DeSantis will appear on August 14 with GOP Senate candidate Blake Masters and gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake. 

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is hitting the 2022 midterm campaign trail outside of his state for the first time next week with multiple rallies in key battleground states, held by Turning Point Action

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is hitting the 2022 midterm campaign trail outside of his state for the first time next week with multiple rallies in key battleground states, held by Turning Point Action

Both had their primary elections on Tuesday last week, but Lake was only projected as the winner on Friday thanks to a challenge from a Republican businesswoman backed by former Vice President Mike Pence.

DeSantis goes to Pennsylvania and Ohio on August 19 where he'll speak with GOP gubernatorial nominee Doug Mastriano and Senate candidate J.D. Vance, respectively.

The Sunshine State governor is also hitting a state where Trump has yet to set foot this year, despite numerous other public appearances across the country as he teases a potential 2024 bid.

New Mexico Republican Rep. Yvette Herrell, who is vying to keep

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