2020 Democrats still have a long way to go based on their performance this past weekend in Iowa, but Iowa Republicans are already mobilizing on the ground and ready to help President Trump cross the finish line a year from now.
On Tuesday, Trump Victory completed a week long National Week of Action, in which the RNC and Trump Campaign tested its national infrastructure by organizing and activating tens of thousands of volunteers in all 50 states across the country as a GOTV ‘Dry Run” as we officially hit the one year mark for the November 2020 elections. Turning out the vote next November requires a well-organized national operation put into place before the election.
“I could not be more pleased with the level of energy I have seen over the last five days during our National Week of Action,” Eric Branstad, the Trump campaign’s senior advisor for Iowa said. “We have continued to see an influx of volunteers and a passion like I have not seen since 2016. The organization in place, coupled with the technology being utilized, raises the bar to a new level Iowa has never seen before.”
The RNC and Trump campaign have invested early in critical states – engaging with supporters and activating an army of volunteers that will be critical to reelecting President Trump and Republicans up and down the ballot. As a result, our volunteer base is miles ahead of the Democrats – from Sioux City to Keokuk and everywhere in between.
“Iowa is building a sophisticated grassroots operation touching all corners of the state and next November our team will be organized, battle-tested, and ready to re-elect President Trump,” said RNC spokesperson Preya Samsundar. “No one can match our ground game, and Democrats who have supported the impeachment inquiry are only firing up our base and volunteers even more.”