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Vance Eager for VP Nod as GOP Convention Nears, Polls Favor His Odds

Sen. J.D. Vance, the Ohio conservative firebrand, has made it clear to Fox News that he’d be less than thrilled if he’s not selected as Donald Trump’s vice president. While sipping coffee in his living room, Vance essentially remarked that humans have this funny thing called emotions, and yes, even senators feel disappointment. But let’s not kid ourselves; Vance is not just any senator.

With the 2024 Republican ticket heating up, Trump’s selection has boiled down to a few strong contenders, and Vance is toward the top. Narrowing his list, Trump plans to reveal his pick in a grand spectacle just before or at the GOP National Convention. Until then, all eyes are on J.D. Vance and a couple of other hopefuls—namely Gov. Doug Burgum and Sen. Rick Scott. The anticipation is palpable, as Trump has already hinted his choice will grace the stage in Atlanta next week, squaring off against sleepy Joe Biden.

Vance isn’t just another name floating around. This guy clinched a landslide victory in a straw poll at the Turning Point USA Action conference, getting triple the votes of his closest rival. Love him or hate him, it’s clear that Vance has rallied Trump’s base around him like a well-worn MAGA hat. Polls on Predict It even have him neck and neck with Burgum, but it’s pretty clear who’s got the edge when it comes to rousing the grassroots.

Political insiders can’t help but sing Vance’s praises, arguing that his blue-collar roots are a golden ticket to turn swing states red. A top GOP strategist noted that Vance isn’t just popular—he’s got a fighting chance to wrangle in the working-class Democrats who’ve been left out in the cold by Biden’s bumbling policies. Translating Vance’s support into votes could extinguish the blue ripple across states like Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin.

Vance also didn’t hesitate to stump for himself. He pointed out that the Democratic ploy to paint Republicans as indifferent to black voters and the economically disadvantaged is laughable in his case. He grew up poor and knows the struggles of the working class firsthand. This authenticity, he suggests, makes him a tough target for the usual leftist jabs.

With the GOP National Convention just around the corner, Trump’s much-anticipated vice presidential pick looms large. Between now and mid-July, Vance will either become a key player on Trump’s team or a high-ranking cheerleader. Either way, his impact on the 2024 election is already being felt.

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