The Republican party’s voter registration surged in Florida, narrowing the historical Democratic dominance of swing states before the November 3 election.
Politico reported that in August, the Republican record of Republicans increased by about 58,000 new voters, which is 41% higher than the new Democrats in Florida.
“Florida looks great!” After the story was published, President Trump tweeted on Thursday morning.
Opinion polls show that Trump has greatly increased his support among Latin Americans in Florida while condemning socialism in Latin America, but during the COVID-19 pandemic, he is at risk of losing support among the elderly.
Trump will hold a rally in Jacksonville, Florida on Thursday night, and then spend the night at his Trump National Doral Miami Resort.
Republicans attribute the success of the Republican Party in voter registration to knocking because Joe Biden’s supporters avoided face-to-face contact due to the pandemic.
Susie Wiles, Trump’s Florida campaign director, told Politico, “We’ve shifted our focus to voter registration in a more meaningful way than ever. Everyone says you can’t do it – bring the Republicans The gap between the Democrats and the Democrats has shrunk so small. Well, you can do it.”
Now, the Democratic Party has less than 200,000 voters in Florida, and some Democrats are frustrated.
Miami Democratic State Senator Jason Pizzo told Politico, “We are not backing down, which means that every 100 doors that Republicans are known to knock on does not mean they will anger People, until they fled to the Democratic Party because they were angry with the Republican Party. It proved to be effective.”
The Trump campaign has adopted a knock-on strategy in other swing states, hoping to hurry Biden (Biden). Biden is often referred to as the “lid” of morning news reports, which means that there is no live broadcast event because Trump always Many large gatherings are handled every week.
The Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee said this month that they contacted 100 million voters through knocking on doors and telephone banking.