Exclusive information has come to light regarding a potential primary challenge against President Biden in the 2024 elections. New Hampshire, the state known for its informed electorate and focus on retail politics, could be the battleground for this challenge.
Despite the President’s attempts to change the primary location, the state’s Democratic Party Chair, Ray Buckley, has emphasized that the New Hampshire primary will still take place first.
This move has the potential to create an embarrassing situation for the President as the first primary in the country could be won by someone other than him, sparking speculation about division within the Democratic Party.
Republicans in New Hampshire are capitalizing on the situation, with Governor Chris Sununu indicating that President Biden has made himself vulnerable to a challenger.
In the coming weeks, fringe Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson and anti-COVID vaccine crusader Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will be visiting New Hampshire, bringing the possibility of a primary challenge to President Biden even closer to reality.
Former Democratic Congressman Paul Hodes believes that the change in the nominating calendar by the DNC has created the opportunity for all sorts of candidates with a range of ideas to enter the primary, making it a “free for all.”
In conclusion, New Hampshire is poised to be the state where the potential primary challenge against President Biden in 2024 will play out. The state’s Democrats have declared that the New Hampshire primary will still go first, leaving the President open to a potential challenge.
Republicans in New Hampshire are taking advantage of the intra-Democratic Party fight, while the recent visits of Williamson and Kennedy bring the possibility of a primary challenge closer to reality.