Trump Kicks off 2020 bid in Central Florida

Linda Trocine, chairman of the Republican Party of Seminole County, one of the most densely populated suburbs of Orlando, leads a team of Trump volunteers in the area. She explained how the I-4 corridor is the swing part of the state and decides how the state will vote.

Trocine said that 2020 is different than 2016 because now there is “complete unity.”

“We have unity at the Republican National Committee level, at the Republican Party of Florida level, and here locally in Seminole County,” she said.

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Trump trades freewheeling campaign for sophisticated establishment operation

“The most important thing is how unified the party is right now. We know who our candidate is, we all love and support President Trump,” Linda Trocine, chairman the Seminole County Republican Party in Florida, told the Washington Examiner as she waited in line for the rally. “It was a little chaotic, I suppose, last time. This time, we’re systematic, organized, working together, partnering, all these different groups. Everybody knows each other.”

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