As the 2024 election cycle approaches, several GOP presidential hopefuls are making their way to Texas, a state that has long been a reliable source of campaign funds for Republicans.

The candidates are hoping to woo the wealthy donors and influential activists who could help them secure the nomination and challenge President Biden.

Among the visitors are former Vice President Mike Pence, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, and South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem.

They have all attended various events and fundraisers in the Lone Star State, showcasing their conservative credentials and highlighting their differences with the current administration.

While Texas is not an early primary state, it has a large number of delegates and a diverse electorate that could test the appeal of the potential contenders.

The candidates are also aware that Texas is becoming more competitive for Democrats, who have made gains in recent elections and hope to flip the state blue in the future.

By visiting Texas, the GOP hopefuls are signaling their commitment to defend the Republican stronghold and prevent a major shift in the political landscape.

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