ALDEN - Governor Kirk Paul has officially announced that he would not be continuing to seek the Presidency in 2024, as he cited that he has more work to do as Governor of Mesa. He also said that he wants to work to heal the State after a bombing left the State terrified and residents fearful.
"I have more work to do to ensure the State of Mesa heals from the horrendous tragedy that occurred on July 23, 2022," said Gov. Paul. "This State is my home and my work is not yet finished."
Paul who announced his campaign for President last month on July 4, 2022 and proposed a strong campaign strategy. Many Republican voters believed that he could have beat Nationalist Party Candidate and New Shire Governor Thomas Cooke. Many voters were hopeful that he could defeat him during the 2024 General Elections.
Governor Paul also stated that he was ready to win the Presidency through a strong and moral campaign. His campaign for Governor in 2024 has yet to be announced but he says he will campaign for the Office.