A spokesperson for the O’Dea campaign said that statement from the debate has not changed. If Trump and Biden face-off again in 2024, O’Dea will not be voting for Biden, without clarifying if that would mean he would vote for Trump. However, Kyle Clark from 9News tweeted that the O’Dea campaign had told him that O’Dea would still vote for Trump if he is the Republican nominee in 2024.
The O’Dea campaign was very clear in its message about the Republican presidential primary.
“If former President Trump runs, he can expect Joe to campaign alongside [other possible GOP contenders] Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, or Tim Scott,” said Kyle Kohli.
The comments are the latest step that O’Dea, who has positioned himself as a more centrist candidate, has taken to appeal to a broad swath of voters in a state that President Joe Biden won by double digits. Coloradans last elected a…