'We Need You' is the rally cry on November 1 as the Trump Train leaves the station hosted by WKY Trump Supporters
The "We need you" Trump slogan is spreading across the country. As voter turnout continues to exceed expectations, now more than ever grassroots efforts and ignited campaigns are working overtime.
Voter turnout in 2016 was nothing like the 2020 election. The uniqueness of the '2020' situation has everybody guessing the results. Listening and watching the polls is counterproductive. Getting out and spreading the word is the answer to this year's contest.
The Trump campaign has long known its best shot at winning was finding new voters in its strongholds, rather than persuading swing Democrats or independents. They used Trump’s raucous rallies in small towns and places that rarely get presidential attention to attract those voters to an unconventional campaign. Voter registration and data collection efforts were launched around those events.
There are signs of success: In Florida, the party has registered 475,500 Republicans over the past four years, outpacing gains of 395,600 for Democrats. The campaign has claimed that as many as a quarter of attendees at rallies did not vote in 2016.
In the Midwest, Trump trains and rallies are forming up and until the day of the election. In fact, there's one planned for this weekend.
The November 1st event is hosted by the West Kentucky Trump Supporters
Times and locations for the Trump Train:
Owensboro - The old Kmart on Parrish leaves at 11:50
Henderson - The Fairgrounds leaves at 12:30
Madisonville - Madison Square leaves at 1:15
Hopkinsville - Tie Breaker water park leaves at 2:00
Bowling Green - Walmart on Morgantown Rd. leaves at 3:20
Henderson County - Fairgrounds leaves at 5:20
Please arrive at least 30 minutes before 'the train' leaves the station. The caravan will remain on the road. People waiting at the stops will join 'the train'. Join 'the remind group' by texting @bf84gk to 81010. There will be updates throughout the trip. Remain in the right lane and maintain a 55 mph speed or below.
Owensboro - Brittany Holmes; Henderson - Bobby Proctor; Madisonville - Jim Pendley; Hopkinsville - Rachel Back; Bowling Green - Brittany Holmes