Against the odds, Ryan Binkley makes his case to voters
When the race for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination kicks into full swing at the first RNC-sanctioned debate on August 23, it’s unlikely that Ryan Binkley will have himself a podium; but that hasn’t stopped the Texas businessman from taking his long-shot presidential campaign on a swing through Iowa, on Thursday making stops in Mason City, Osage, Northwood and Cresco.
Tracey Streich, who joined Binkley for lunch at Boulder Tap House during his swing through Mason City, said she supported former President Donald Trump in the 2016 and 2020 caucuses, but is this year plans on supporting Binkley, saying “I’m really interested in his message. He’s talking about unity, and we’re so divided as a country. I really think we need to focus on finding a common ground. We’re always going to have some differences, but it doesn’t have to be so divisive and so hateful. We really need to work on that as a country; and I mean everybody.”
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