North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum Suspends Presidential Campaign

North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum announced Monday that he is ending his bid for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.

Burgum entered the race in June. Funding was not an issue and he was able to qualify for the first two debates. However, neither of those translated into much voter support. At the time of his withdrawal, he was averaging under 1% in national Republican polls.

Six prominent candidates remain in the race, with former President Donald Trump still the dominant frontrunner. Voting is set to begin with the Iowa caucuses on January 15

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