With the 2024 election shaping up to be truly unique in every way, one Evangelical activist believes there's a chance for an Iowa caucus upset.
Bob Vander Plaats, president of the Iowa-based advocacy group The FAMiLY Leader, told The Christian Post's Ryan Foley he believes Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has run a strong ground game despite former President Donald Trump's domination in the polls.
"When asked which candidate was best positioned to win the Iowa caucuses, Vander Plaats responded, 'It would have to be Ron DeSantis,'" Foley recently wrote, noting that DeSantis has received endorsements from 40 state legislators and 130 country chairs.
Foley joined this week's edition of "The Inside Story" podcast to discuss his interview with Vander Plaats and the 2024 race for the Republican presidential nomination.
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