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DeSantis Announces Campaign Team, Here’s The Full List

Ron DeSantis will announce his presidential run today at 6:00 pm in a Twitter Space with Elon Musk.

Despite not announcing his campaign run, DeSantis has already put together a campaign team for his presidential campaign.

Here’s the full list:

  • Generra Peck: Campaign expert who helped DeSantis defeat challenger Charlie Crist in November elections.


  • David Abrams: The former communications director for New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu and Chris Christie’s failed 2016 presidential run, will serve as campaign messenger


  • Dustin Carmack:  will serve as DeSantis policy director, he formerly worked as DeSantis chief of staff and as chief of staff for the director of national intelligence during the Trump admin.


  • Lauren Lifstrom,”handled finances for Cruz’s 2016 campaign, will oversee the books for DeSantis’ DC push.”


  • Bryan Griffin, “known for spirited social media tussles with reporters as DeSantis’ gubernatorial press secretary, will step into the same role for the presidential campaign.”


  • Carl Seusa, “who established the WinRed digital fundraising platform that piled up more than $1 billion for GOP candidates in 2020, will serve as chief technology officer.”

Here’s what the New York Post reported:

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has assembled his final campaign team ahead of today’s presidential run announcement, enlisting a mix of battle-tested strategists and committed political allies.

The White House push will be helmed by seasoned campaign maestro Generra Peck, who guided DeSantis to a 20-point clubbing of Democratic gubernatorial challenger Charlie Crist in November.

Known as a savvy political tactician, Peck is close to both DeSantis and his wife, Casey DeSantis, and was lauded by name at the Floridian’s January inauguration.

David Abrams, former communications director for New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, will handle the campaign’s messaging and paid media initiatives.

Abrams also worked on former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s 2016 presidential effort.

DeSantis will tap his former congressional chief of staff Dustin Carmack as his policy director.

He was previously chief of staff for the director of national intelligence during the Trump administration.


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