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Trump heads to N.C. for special election — and 2020 test
« on: September 09, 2019, 01:07:54 PM »
Trump heads to N.C. for special election — and 2020 test
September 9, 2019

President Donald Trump headed to North Carolina to oversee a mulligan election for a seat tainted by the stink of corruption and fraud. Despite taking place in a historically Republican slice of the state, polls have seen a shift in urban voter preference from red to blue, and rural voters shifting from blue to red, according to Politico.

Trump will be holding a rally for Republican candidate Dan Bishop on Monday night in the hopes of capitalizing on the GOP base in the state and to secure a victory for the right. This is also the perfect time for a campaign stop to bolster his own 2020 election support.

When asked about the challenges faced by Republicans, Bishop acknowledged that increasing Democrat support may be a problem heading into the elections.

“Obviously, Mecklenburg has changed,” Bishop said. “It’s a bluer area in its entirety, even my [state] Senate district. So it’s a little tougher there, and the president may have more headwinds there.”

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Re: Trump heads to N.C. for special election — and 2020 test
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2019, 01:23:46 PM »
Bishop is having trouble because he was the architect of the bathroom bill.  That and Trump isn't very popular in the western part of the district, where his party normally racks up big margins.

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Re: Trump heads to N.C. for special election — and 2020 test
« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2019, 07:48:26 AM »
Bishop is having trouble because he was the architect of the bathroom bill.  That and Trump isn't very popular in the western part of the district, where his party normally racks up big margins.

Appeared to be a lot of energy for both the President and Bishop last night. Maximum crowd inside, overflow crowd outside and very vocal enthusiasm through the whole 1 hour and 15 minutes of speeches by POTUS and Bishop.

But this is North Carolina ... a state where the Democrats have been fine-tuning voter fraud; so who knows.  ----
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