Ross Perot had some good ideas also, but by splitting the conservative vote he guaranteed Bill Clinton a win with significantly less than a majority of American support. Hoefling, like John Kasich in 2016, could not garner enough support to win a presidential primary so his campaign was doomed to failure from the start. It makes little sense to try to elect a conservative Christian as president when there is so little widespread support among Americans for that sort of leadership. Voting for some good candidates, like I did in the 2016 primary, turned out to be fruitless and even pointless. My candidate for president lost the 2016 primary but I voted for Trump in the general election because he was far away and above the best candidate compared to Hillary. (I definitely did not vote for Kasich at any time.)Trump supports abortion and homosexuality.
Why would Hoefling want to work with him?
I do support voting for Christian conservatives in the primary, but not in the general election if their names are not headlined on the ballot.