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Seminole County GOP is engaging with voters to help keep Seminole County Red.
Meanwhile, Seminole County Republican Party is preparing for Trump’s visit on Friday.
“That helps us in Florida. That helps us in Seminole, and of course that helps the president,” Seminole County Republican Party Chairwoman Linda Trocine said.
She said this election is about safety and jobs, and supporters will be door knocking, holding phone banks, and hosting events to engage voters.
“He loves the American people. He wants us to be prosperous. He’s done so many things. He’s kept his promises, and he’s going to do a lot more for America,” Trocine said.
Read full article here: https://www.mynews13.com/fl/orlando/2020-elections/2020/09/29/population-growth-gives-florida-crucial-swing-state-reputation
Seminole GOP adjust quickly to cancelation of Trump visit to Sanford on Friday to concentrate on voter outreach and keeping the momentum going to election Republicans to office.
“In 2016, we voted for the president a little over 1 percent,” said Linda Trocine, chairwoman of the Republican Party of Seminole County. “Seminole County has close elections and this November is no different.”
Despite the canceled rally, which was expected to draw several thousand supporters to Sanford International Airport, Trocine said her group will continue to push outreach and voting efforts.
“We have a great deal of enthusiasm,” Trocine said. “This election is about safety and jobs, and that’s what’s most important to Seminole County voters.”
Read full article here: https://www.baynews9.com/fl/tampa/politics/2020/10/02/florida-democrats–republicans-ramp-up-voter-outreach-
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On a sweltering Saturday afternoon, Joe Gruters and Linda Trocine, Republican party chairmen respectively for Florida and for Seminole County, were hunting for votes the old-fashioned way: by knocking on doors. Armed with an app that aggregates masses of voter and consumer data, they were targeting npas (no party affiliation) and persuadable Democrats in Lake Mary, a northern suburb of Orlando, and they were hitting their targets. A rangy, sandy-haired npa with a deep smoker’s voice handed the flyers back: “Don’t waste ‘em on me. I’m voting Republican straight down the ticket.” A Latino npa mowing his lawn enthused about President Donald Trump, as did a 50-ish Democrat watching a college football game in his garage. “We’re out there pounding the pavement every day,” says Mr Gruters. “We’ve knocked on more than 1.7m doors…while Joe Biden and his team are basically trying to win this campaign from their basements.”
Read full article here: https://www.economist.com/united-states/2020/10/03/why-donald-trump-is-doing-surprisingly-well-in-florida
|Fox 35 ran this story, “Historically Republican Seminole County on verge of turning blue” on September 17, 2020. While Republican registrations have grown over 3,000 in the past 20 months, Democrat registrations have grown three times as fast. Again the Republican Party message is that to keep keep our great quality of life, #VoteRepublican and #KeepSeminoleRed.|
|Pushing back on the Seminole Democrats gains in voter registrations, the SeminoleGOP says Seminole’s great quality of life is because of Republican leadership. Enthusiasm is on Republicans side because Seminole is Trump country. This, in a story by Wesh 2 News, “Seminole County appears to be toss-up in 2020 presidential election.”|
Day four of the RNC 2020 convention was a great kickoff with many dynamic speakers. Here are just a few of the speeches from day four.
- President Donald Trump
- Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson
- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.)
- U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton (Ark.)
- U.S. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (Calif.)
- U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (N.J.)
- Ivanka Trump
- Ja’Ron Smith
- Ann Dorn
- Debbie Flood
- Rudy Giuliani
- Franklin Graham
- Alice Johnson
- Wade Mayfield
- Carl and Marsha Mueller
- Dana White
Day three of the RNC 2020 convention was a great kickoff with many dynamic speakers. Here are just a few of the speeches from day three.
- Vice President Mike Pence
- Second Lady Karen Pence
- U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn (Tenn.)
- U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst (Iowa)
- South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem
- U.S. Rep. Daniel Crenshaw (Texas)
- U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik (N.Y.)
- U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin (N.Y.)
- Former Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell
- White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway
- Keith Kellogg
- Jack Brewer
- Sister Dede Byrne
- Madison Cawthorn
- Scott Dane
- Clarence Henderson
- Ryan Holets
- Michael McHale
- Burgess Owens
- Lara Trump
Day two of the RNC 2020 convention was a great kickoff with many dynamic speakers. Here are just a few of the speeches from day two.
- First Lady Melania Trump
- Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
- U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (Ky.)
- Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds
- Florida Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nuñez
- Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron
- Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi
- Abby Johnson
- Jason Joyce
- Myron Lizer
- Megan Pauley
- Cris Peterson
- John Peterson
- Nicholas Sandmann
- Eric Trump
- Tiffany Trump
Day one of the RNC 2020 convention was a great kickoff with many dynamic speakers. Here are just a few of the speeches from day one.
Full list of Speakers for night one
- U.S. Sen.Tim Scott (S.C.)
- U.S. Rep.Steve Scalise(La.)
- U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz (Fla.)
- U.S. Rep.Jim Jordan (Ohio)
- Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley
- RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel
- Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones (D)
- Amy Johnson Ford
- Kimberly Guilfoyle
- Natalie Harp
- Charlie Kirk
- Kim Klacik
- Mark and Patricia McCloskey
- Sean Parnell
- Andrew Pollack
- Donald Trump Jr.
- Tanya Weinreis