“President Trump’s re-election team is building out its political infrastructure with a round of hires that underscores the importance the Midwest and Florida are expected to have in the 2020 election,” the Wall Street Journal reports.
“The campaign has carved the nation into nine regions… One of those regions is focused almost exclusively on Michigan and Pennsylvania, both states that hadn’t supported a Republican presidential candidate for 28 years until Mr. Trump. Wisconsin, which hadn’t supported a Republican for 32 years until 2016, is in a region that also includes Ohio, a traditional battleground.”
“One state is a region all its own: Florida, one of the nation’s longest standing presidential battlegrounds and among the country’s biggest electoral prizes, with 29 electoral votes.”
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