It is no secret that former president Donald Trump is planning to contest the presidential election 2024 but are there other Republicans as well who are thinking the same.

According to very reliable sources, many Republicans have started their planning for the “congressional and gubernatorial elections of 2022”, which is considered as a proxy practice before the presidential elections.

The midterm elections are still about a year away but many republicans have started their planning for the presidential elections 2024.

According to reports, almost a dozen republicans are involved in working and planning behind the scenes to be the potential presidential candidate but there is a huge task in their hands, and that is to come out of the powerful shadow of the extremely volatile former president Donald Trump.

Trump has still not forgotten the ugly defeat at the hands of President Joe Biden and is planning to campaign for his allies in the 2022 midterm elections.

He has been dropping hints now and then to contest the presidential elections 2024 and it is not a secret that the official announcement will be done anytime soon.

The other Republicans who are eyeing for the 2024 presidential race have started to make aspirants moves such as book tours, high-profile speeches at events, political organizations, and media interviews.

Republicans like DeSantis, Pence have been dropping hints that they plan to contest but dodging the burning question of the moment: will they challenge Donald Trump directly if he announces to run for the presidency?

Everything is still shady regarding this particular notation.

Former Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie stated “I don’t know that he’s going to run. I don’t know whether I’m going to run.”

The lists of possible non-Trump candidates include former aides and advisors (such as Mike Pence, Christie, Mike Pompeo, and Nikki Haley); a sprinkling of GOP governors (Ron DeSantis, Kristi Noem, and Chris Sununu, among others), and some Republican senators (including Tom Cotton and Ted Cruz). It is still too early to predict who will be the presidential candidate from the Republicans in the presidential elections of 2024 but to say the least, the battle has already begun in the republican camp!