November 24, 2023

Leader of Pro-DeSantis Super PAC Resigns

The leader of a pro-DeSantis super PAC has resigned, according to a statement from its director.

Chris Jankowski, the now-former CEO of the Never Back Down super PAC, shared the change in a statement on Wednesday.

“Never Back Down’s main goal and sole focus has been to elect Governor Ron DeSantis as President. Given the current environment, it has become untenable for me to deliver on the shared goal and that goes well beyond a difference of strategic opinion,” Jankowski stated.

“For the future of our country I support and pray Ron DeSantis is our 47th president,” he added.

"The group has played a significant role in DeSantis' bid for the presidency since he launched his campaign in May, including raising nine figures to serve as an attack dog and media juggernaut for the governor," Fox News reported.

"However, the operation has failed to help DeSantis break through the crowded Republican presidential field and be seen as the main challenger to former President Donald Trump's grip on the GOP. Polls have shown DeSantis consistently in a statistical tie for second place with some of his opponents, fluctuating between former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy," it continued.

The Florida governor launched his campaign in an effort to become the top Trump alternative.

Instead, the campaign has struggled while the former president's campaign has excelled despite numerous legal battles.

DeSantis has faced attacks from Trump, fellow GOP contenders, and Democrats in a series of battles that have appeared to overwhelm his efforts to close the gap in the primary battle.

Nikki Haley has now taken advantage of the situation, pulling ahead of DeSantis in some state polls as DeSantis and those supporting him deal with the tensions.


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