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Republican Presidential Candidates Celebrate 4th of July with Strategic Campaign Activities

Republican Presidential Candidates Celebrate 4th of July

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We Celebrate the Fourth of July America’s Independence Day, while citizens across the nation indulge in traditional festivities, the Republican presidential candidates are seizing the opportunity to connect with voters and make their mark in the competitive landscape of the 2024 presidential election. As the race heats up, candidates such as Mike Pence, Ron DeSantis, Tim Scott, Will Hurd, and Francis Suarez have strategically planned appearances, parades, and meet-and-greet events in key states like New Hampshire and Iowa, known for their influence in the primary process.

The Granite State of New Hampshire has witnessed a flurry of campaign activity leading up to the holiday weekend. Notably, President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis made waves with a split-screen moment that captured national attention. Trump headlined the New Hampshire Federation of Women’s Lilac Luncheon, where he emphasized his widening lead over DeSantis, according to a poll released by Saint Anselm College earlier that day. The former president also inaugurated his New Hampshire 2024 campaign headquarters in Manchester, while introducing his grassroots leadership team for the state. Trump’s commitment to the region was evident as he declared,

“New Hampshire appreciates a dark horse candidate like me… You’ll be seeing a lot of me in New Hampshire.”

Other candidates, too, made their presence felt in the Granite State. Vivek Ramaswamy, an entrepreneur, best-selling author, and conservative political commentator, held a town hall in Londonderry. At the same time, former ambassador to the United Nations and ex-South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley campaigned alongside Republican Governor Chris Sununu at a New Hampshire GOP summer cookout and fundraiser in Manchester. Sununu, who recently announced he would not run for president, refrained from endorsing any candidate at this early stage, emphasizing the long road ahead until the state’s 2024 primary.

Meanwhile, U.S. Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, along with former North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, former U.S. Representative Will Hurd of Texas, and Michigan businessman Perry Johnson, showcased their commitment to engaging with voters by participating in the Merrimack and Amherst parades in New Hampshire.

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Republican Presidential Candidates Visit Details in IOWA:

WHO: Will Hurd
WHAT: Amherst July 4th Parade & Merrimack July 4th Parade
WHEN: Amherst parade begins at 10 AM ET and Merrimack parade begins at 1 PM ET
Wilkins School
80 Boston Post Rd
Amherst, NH 03031
515 Daniel Webster Highway
Merrimack, NH 03054

On this eventful day, Senator Tim Scott traveled to Merrimack, New Hampshire, to partake in the Merrimack 4th of July Parade. The parade, scheduled to begin at 1:00 PM ET, offered Scott an opportunity to connect with the local community and rally support for his presidential bid.

EVENT DETAILS: Tim Scott is To Travel To Merrimack, New Hampshire for the Fourth of July Parade
WHEN: Tuesday, July 4, 2023, 1:00 PM ET

In Wolfeboro and Merrimack, New Hampshire, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, currently, a strong contender in the Republican primary polls, marched in Independence Day parades. Despite trailing behind former President Donald Trump, DeSantis’s conservative governance and advocacy for culture wars have garnered him significant attention. DeSantis graced the Wolfeboro Independence Day Parade as a special guest, with the event commencing at 10:00 AM ET on Main Street. Subsequently, he joined the Merrimack Annual 4th of July Parade as a special guest, scheduled to begin at 1:00 PM ET at 515 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack.


WHO: Special guest Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis
WHAT: Wolfeboro Independence Day Parade with special guest Gov. Ron DeSantis
WHEN: Tuesday, July 4th, 2023
The parade is to begin at 10:00 am ET.
WHERE: Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH 03894


WHO: Special guest Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis
 WHAT: Merrimack Annual 4th of July Parade with special guest Gov. Ron DeSantis
WHEN: Tuesday, July 4th, 2023
The parade is to begin at 1:00 pm ET.
WHERE: 515 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack, NH (start)

Moving to Iowa, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, a Republican presidential candidate, embarked on a campaign journey in Cedar Rapids. Mayor Suarez actively participated in the 5k Corridor Running Fifth Season Race at Green Square Park, marking the start of his 4th of July celebrations at 7:15 AM local time. Following the race, he engaged with the community at the Freedom Festival Pancake Breakfast, held at ImOn Ice Arena in Cedar Rapids, starting at 9 AM. Suarez’s presence in Iowa demonstrated his commitment to connecting with voters and gaining momentum in the presidential race.

Tuesday, July 4th

5k Corridor Running Fifth Season Race
Green Square Park
Cedar Rapids, IA
7.15 am local time
Freedom Festival Pancake Breakfast
ImOn Ice Arena
Cedar Rapids, IA
9 am local time

Notably, former Vice President Mike Pence, fresh from a surprise visit to Ukraine and a meeting with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, returned to Iowa to celebrate Independence Day. Pence’s itinerary included walking in the Urbandale Fourth of July parade, followed by a meet-and-greet event at Midland Power Cooperative in Boone. Additionally, he had scheduled meet-and-greet events in Sioux City, Sioux Center, Le Mars, Holstein, and engagements with various GOP organizations in Pottawattamie County. Pence’s extensive tour of Iowa highlighted his dedication to engaging with voters across all 99 counties of the state.

As the campaign trail unfolds, candidates like Marianne Williamson, challenging President Joe Biden for the Democratic nomination, are also actively participating in Independence Day parades. Williamson, a best-selling author, and spiritual adviser, marched in the Laconia parade on Sunday and continued her engagement by joining the Wolfeboro parade on Tuesday.

The Republican presidential candidates’ strategic appearances, parades, and meet-and-greet events in key states like New Hampshire and Iowa exemplify their concerted efforts to connect with voters and position themselves as formidable contenders in the race for the 2024 presidential election. As the nation celebrates its independence, the candidates are actively shaping the future of American politics, leaving no stone unturned in their pursuit of voter approval.

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