Miami Mayor Francis Suarez has officially thrown his hat in the ring for the 2024 presidential race. Suarez filed the necessary paperwork as a Republican candidate on Wednesday, a day after former president Donald Trump was arrested in Miami. A super PAC supporting Suarez unleashed a digital ad blitz in the states hosting the first GOP contests.
Suarez had been teasing his intentions on “Fox News Sunday,” leaving viewers on the edge of their seats. He promised a “major announcement” in the weeks to come, igniting speculation and building suspense. The mayor revealed his official candidacy and plans to deliver a monumental speech at the iconic Reagan Library.
For months, Suarez had been contemplating a presidential run, traversing key primary states. During an interview with Fox News Digital in New Hampshire, he exuded optimism about the GOP primary, sharing his belief in inspiring people and showcasing his track record of success.
Joining a formidable lineup of Republican contenders, including the charismatic former President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Suarez adds his own dynamic presence to the mix.
The 2024 presidential field just got a lot more interesting with Mayor Francis Suarez entering the fray.