(NewsReady.com) – More than 74 million voters cast their ballot for President Donald Trump in the November 2020 election. He received more votes than any other sitting president in history. What does that mean for the Republican Party?
On Saturday, January 16, Steve Cortes, a campaign strategist for the Trump campaign, told NewsMaxTV’s “The Count” that the president expanded the GOP during his time in office. That leaves the door open for the Trump coalition to win big in 2024.
I find it really funny there are people who think any of the so-called 2024 contenders can win over the Trump coalition
They might be able to win a primary but there's no other Republican in America right now who can drive turnout nationally like he did
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 15, 2021
In the immediate future, the GOP will need to turn its attention to the 2022 congressional races. Cortes said Trump transformed the Republican Party into a true “worker’s party.” The movement he started will only “continue to grow.”
In two years, this movement will have the opportunity to expand on the tremendous gains they made in the House of Representatives during the 2020 election and put Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) out of work.
To make that a reality, the party needs to begin mobilizing now. Republican voters can call their local party headquarters and find out how they can help elect politicians who support President Trump and his movement.
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