Haley Haunts GOP, Phillips Pesters Dems: 2024 Upsets Brew

In the latest primary results, the former Republican presidential hopeful Nikki Haley and the former Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Dean Phillips (D-MN) are making waves, despite dropping out of the 2024 race. These results from Tuesday night’s primaries in Arizona, Illinois, Kansas, Ohio, and Florida are showing some troubled waters that could spell trouble for both President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump ahead of their November faceoff.

In the battleground state of Ohio, Nikki Haley managed to snag 15% of the vote, while Trump held strong with 79%. Even though she’s no longer in the race, Haley is still making a splash, with a whopping 89% of her supporters expressing dissatisfaction with Trump as the GOP nominee and 80% saying they wouldn’t vote for him in November. Yikes! With nearly 50% of those voters throwing their support behind Biden, it’s clear that Haley’s presence is causing a stir that could spell trouble for Trump in Ohio.

Meanwhile, in Florida, Trump’s home state, Haley once again proved she’s a force to be reckoned with, taking home nearly 14% of the votes. Even Governor Ron DeSantis couldn’t outshine Haley, coming in third place with a measly 4%. Trump might have a lock on Florida come November, but Haley’s strong showing indicates that there’s still some lingering fatigue with some GOP voters when it comes to Trump.

And it’s not just Haley stealing the spotlight. Rep. Dean Phillips won 13% of the vote in Ohio and is on track to pick up some delegates, showing that even after exiting the race, his impact is still being felt.

As for Biden, he’s facing some turbulence of his own. With a rising “uncommitted” vote movement due to anger over the Israel-Hamas conflict, Biden is battling with a potential loss of support from Arab, Muslim, and younger voters. It’s unclear just how many of these “uncommitted” voters will either sit out the November election or throw their support behind Trump to spite Biden, but in a close election, every vote counts, and Biden can’t afford to lose any ground.

So, it looks like both Trump and Biden have some hurdles to overcome as they gear up for the November showdown. With Haley and Phillips still casting a shadow over the primary races, it’s clear that the 2024 election is far from a done deal. Stay tuned for more twists and turns in this political rollercoaster ride!

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