Arkansas Governor is Potentially Going to Run for President

There is still a decent amount of time left between now and the next presidential election.

It’s not an exaggeration to note that many Americans are looking forward to 2024. Getting Biden out of office is imperative to the countless people who have had their lives turned upside down by his policies.

With Biden having already said he’ll run for reelection, this raises questions about which Republican he could end up facing in 2024. Several names have come up including Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, former President Trump, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, and others.

However, according to Red State, another potential GOP contender for president in 2024 may be none other than Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson.

What to Know About a Possible Hutchinson Presidential Run?

This week, the Arkansas GOP governor made it very clear that a run for the White House isn’t off the table for him.

According to Hutchinson, he has some concerns about where America and the Republican Party are heading. In sharing these details, the Arkansas governor also explicitly stated that the choice of him making a run for the presidency remains very much “open.”

However, the road to the White House may be a bit rockier for Hutchinson than he thinks. For one thing, the Arkansas governor took heat from his own party after vetoing legislation that prohibited biological males from playing female sports.

Ultimately, there are some conservatives who believe that Hutchinson is more interested in cozying up to the political establishment, rather than putting the best interests of the people first and foremost.

Needless to say, this is definitely something that will come up if the Arkansas governor actually does choose to move forward with a run for president.

A Smooth Path to a GOP Win in 2024

While Hutchinson may struggle to win the Republican nomination in 2024 (if he chooses to run), the GOP shouldn’t have a hard time ousting Biden in the general election.

Biden’s presidency is tainted with economic problems, an energy crisis, failed attempts to ram through illegal mandates, and more.

On top of this, Biden’s disapproval ratings are at record highs, with pluralities of Americans viewing him as unfit to lead. This is definitely going to come up in the 2024 presidential election.

The various disasters that Biden’s caused since getting into the White House will also make it that much harder for him to make the case for a second term. Whichever Republican ends up facing Biden in 2024 should not have a difficult time at all.