After a stop in Iowa a week and a half ago, Major Francis Suarez of Miami Heading to New Hampshire.
Visits to the first two voting states in the GOP presidential nomination calendar fueled further speculation that the Florida Republican candidate is seriously considering a run for the White House in 2024.
Suarez will headline a morning event on Tuesday 18th April at Saint Anselm College New Hampshire Institute of Policy, which for more than two decades has been a must-do in the Granite State for actual and potential presidential contenders from both major parties.
The trip comes less than a month after Suarez spoke at a gathering of Republican leaders and activists at the conservative Westside Club in Urbandale, Iowa.
“Look, I’m seriously considering running. It’s something I’ve discussed with my family. My family is on board,” the two-term mayor said in a recent Fox News interview.
In another sign that sparked 2024 speculation, last year’s Agenda for America, a group aligned with the mayor, ran ads in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, which is holding its third contest in the US. Republican nomination calendar.
The 45-year-old Suarez, the son of former Miami Mayor and former Miami-Dade County Commissioner Xavier Suarez, is also currently on a cross-country swing in 10 cities to talk with law enforcement, politicians, and community groups about keeping Americans safe. of crime.
If Suarez eventually decides to run for the White House, he will join a growing field of contenders in Florida for the Republican nomination. Former President Donald Trump, a resident of Palm Beach, Florida, is the current frontrunner in the Republican race. Two-term Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is expected to launch a presidential campaign later this year.