Who will win the 2024 Republican presidential nomination?
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Donald Trump
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Nikki Haley
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Ron DeSantis
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Resolves to whoever is selected as the United States Republican Party nominee for President at the 2024 Republican National Convention

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opened a Ṁ30 Nikki Haley NO at 10% order

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How could Nikki Haley possibly win?

@BenjaminIkuta What if Trump dies, or some other crazy thing?

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@Tumbles Then I would expect a more Trump aligned candidate to replace him.

@BenjaminIkuta I agree with this. Everyone is treating Haley as if she's the obvious winner if something happens to Trump, but I think DeSantis would almost surely win in that case. If Trump died or got disqualified or something similar, his primary voters would be going to him as their second choice, not Haley.

@PlasmaBallin Okay, thinking about this more, I guess maybe if Trump dies right before the election, there isn't time to get a replacement in, for practical reasons, and then Haley wins just because she's the only one still running? Idk the mechanics of the election well enough to know exactly how that would work.

@BenjaminIkuta My previous comment had bad timing. I made it less than a day before DeSantis dropped out. Now I think Haley would win if something happened to Trump, since she's the only other major candidate left.

@PlasmaBallin I mean, if Trump died, would it be possible for DeSantis to un-drop out or something, or would it be procedurally impossible for anyone but her to get the votes?

@BenjaminIkuta I don't know for sure what would happen, since it's unprecedented. I think he would be allowed to come back into the race, but it would probably be difficult to do so because everyone who was working for his campaign has presumably now disbanded, so he would have to rebuild almost from scratch. It would also be very hard for him to win if Haley already had delegates from a bunch of early states and DeSantis didn't.

Maybe if Haley drops out after losing New Hampshire, then he would be able to get back into the race since there would be no other major candidates anyway.

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@BenjaminIkuta I don't think that most state party electors have a legal duty to vote for the person their state chose.

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@EvanDaniel These questions are not the same. Take a look in the description.

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