Trump campaign goes virtual in effort to flip New Mexico

Santa Fe New Mexican: Candidates for Congress and the state Legislature aren’t the only ones in New Mexico who have shifted to virtual campaign work during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign is holding videoconference trainings to encourage New Mexicans to register to vote and support the president in the November election.

On a virtual training call for New Mexicans on Thursday night, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel told supporters the Trump reelection efforts represent the “largest Republican footprint in New Mexico’s history” and “the first time since 2004 that the RNC has had a significant presence in your state.”

“We can win if we work together, if we’re united, if we remember that we’re against Democrats, and that we need to elect Republicans,” McDaniel said. “If we look at Nancy Pelosi every day — put a picture of her on your fridge, with her ice cream — this is how we’re going to win and we can do this in New Mexico.” read more

5 Comments on Trump campaign goes virtual in effort to flip New Mexico

  1. This will place the President at a tremendous disadvantage, he has no on camera experience at all. [sarcasm]

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  2. IT HAS TO BE JUST A BIT UNNERVING TO BE IN A TENUOUS LIBERAL POLITICAL POSITION..AND THEN SEE TRUMP INBOUND!!

    DON’T BE A FOOL…SURRENDER EARLY!!

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  3. Not gonna happen. The last time NM went red was for Bush in 2000. Too many illegals now in that state to go back to red…same goes for Nevada, Colorado, and Virginia…

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