(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – The midterm elections took place in November and traditionally, by this time in January many candidates would be gearing up for the 2024 presidential election. However, so far, the only major Republican to launch a presidential campaign for 2024 has been former President Trump.
However, that does not mean that there has been no movement among other potential White House hopefuls.
On Friday, former Vice President Mike Pence had Tim Chapman, who previously worked as executive director of a political advocacy group aligned with former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, join his team as a senior adviser. Chapman is going to be working for the advancing American Freedom non-profit for Pence.
This is not the first time that Pence and Chapman are going to be working together. In fact, the two have a two-decades-long working relationship from the time that Chapman served at the conservative Heritage Foundation and Pence was a congressman from Indiana.
In his statement, Chapman added that Advancing American freedom is one of the fastest-growing conservative groups in the country and that he is happy to have joined a team that is helping restore conservative policies in the U.S.A.
Haley’s team also released a statement praising Chapman, and saying that it is great that he has found a position that allows him to advocate for “conservative policy ideas.”
Many have pointed out that the process of building up a team of top advisers is a common practice followed by Presidential hopefuls. Ryan Williams, a Republican consultant, has said that “there’s a finite pool of talent” for those building their presidential campaign, and competition to find the right person before launching a presidential campaign can be intense.
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