State of the 2024 Republican primary: Where the race stands

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The 2024 Republican primary is in full swing, as former President Donald Trump continues to hold a commanding lead over Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley. 

Here’s a snapshot of where the battle to lead the Republican Party stands. 

DELEGATE COUNT AFTER IOWA: 

  1. Trump: 20
  2. DeSantis: 9
  3. Haley: 8
  4. Ramaswamy: 3

DELEGATES NEEDED TO WIN: 1,215 

DELEGATES REMAINING: 2,389  

ONE NEW POLL: New polling from New Hampshire shows Trump holding a double-digit lead over Haley in what is largely a two-person race for the Granite State. The poll shows Trump garnering 50% support among those likely to vote in next Tuesday’s New Hampshire GOP presidential primary. Haley is in second with 36% support, and DeSantis is a distant third at 6%. 

ONE NEW ENDORSEMENT: Texas Sen. Ted Cruz endorsed Donald Trump for president Tuesday night and called for the country to unify behind the Republican front-runner.

“I am proud to endorse Donald Trump for President of the United States,” Cruz said on “Hannity.” “I look forward to supporting him enthusiastically.”

ONE KEY QUOTE: 

“Trump is the one I’m going for.” – Nikki Haley

Get the latest updates from the 2024 campaign trail, exclusive interviews and more at our Fox News Digital election hub.

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