CNN’s Dana Bash said that the North Carolina special election shows that President Trump’s campaign and the RNC have been building “an unbelievably huge war chest” in an effort to maximize rural voter turnout in 2020, The Hill reports.
Said Bash: “The president is the president because people came out to vote in places in the rural areas of North Carolina, Wisconsin, Michigan who hadn’t voted in some time. And if they did vote, probably they voted for a Democrat before.”
She added: “The machine that they’re building to identify those voters, get them out, is going to be enormous.”
Ryan Matsumoto: “While McCready outperformed his 2018 margin in suburban Mecklenburg County and roughly matched his 2018 margin in exurban Union County, he underperformed in the other more rural counties stretching to the Southeast.”Save to Favorites