Ryan E.
July 16, 2023

Pence Eligibility For Debates In Question

Since launching his 2024 campaign for the White House, former Vice President Mike Pence hasn't exactly been raking in the dough.

In fact, since Pence declared his intent to become America's next president, he has barely raised over a million dollars.

Currently, he sits at $1,200,000 since declaring his candidacy.

This, along with sliding popularity ratings, indicate that Pence might be facing some trouble even qualifying for the Republican debates, much less winning them.

Pence has reportedly failed to reach 40,000 individual donors, a benchmark that is used to decide whether or not candidates should be allowed floor time during the debates.

Luckily for Pence, a PAC run on his behalf is having a bit more luck with fundraising, but not by much. That PAC, named Committed to America, raised $2.6 million on Pence's behalf.

That puts Mike's campaign total at around $3,800,000 since declaring.

Other Republicans are blowing him out of the water.

During that same time period, Donald Trump raked in over 35 million dollars.

Even Ron DeSantis, who isn't nearly as popular as he once was, has hauled in over 20 million dollars during that same time frame.

DeSantis also receives much more support from his political action committee than Pence does.

Never Back Down, the super PAC supporting DeSantis' presidential run, claimed to Fox News that it has brought in over 130 MILLION dollars since launching in early March.

Even Nikki Haley is absolutely SMASHING Pence's numbers. Haley and her PACs have brought in $7.3 million in fundraising recently, putting them just behind Chris Christie's $7.5 million.

What do you think about Pence's chances? Does he have the ability to turn things around? Or is this simply a glimpse into how difficult it's going to be for the former VP to become relevant again?

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