Trump Raises $105 Million for 2020 Elections
The second quarter has been lucrative for Trump and the Republican party.
— Brad Parscale (@parscale) July 2, 2019
Thanks to Trump’s amazing rallies, the GOP has been able to raise $54 million while the RNC raised $51. This gives the Trump campaign a massive head start over any of the Democrats running for president so far.
Trump is blowing Barack Obama out of the water with his funding. Obama only had $46 million raised during his second quarter.
New Platform Helps Republicans with Fundraising
Part of the reason that Republicans are having better luck with fundraising this year is because of a new website they have set up. Give.GOP helps people to easily find Republican campaigns they want to support and donate to quickly.
The entire party is united behind WinRed:
— Gary Coby (@GaryCoby) June 24, 2019
This idea, which is officially called WinRed came from a similar website, ActBlue, that the Democrats started earlier this year. The Democrats may have come up with the idea, but Republicans will turn it into something much better.
Republican Legislator from South Dakota Announces Senate Run
Scyller Borglum, a Republican legislator from Rapid City has announced that she is running for the US Senate in 2020. Borglum said she agrees with President Trump’s commonsense and practical approach to politics during her announcement.
Updated story: Sen. Rounds is focused on his wife's cancer treatment, spokesman says, and National Republican Senatorial Committee is throwing its support behind Rounds. https://t.co/oENM4mo9eu
— Lisa Kaczke (@LisaKaczke) July 1, 2019
The current senator, Mike Rounds, has not yet announced if he plans to run for re-election. Since his wife is currently undergoing cancer treatments, there are people doubting that he will run. The Republican Senatorial Committee announced on Twitter that they’re still supporting Rounds.
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