REPORT: Trump Got Record Breaking Vote Counts And Turnout On Super Tuesday

After Super Tuesday, most of the media is talking about the Democrats.

Yet it was Trump who really made big news. Voters turned out for the president in record numbers.

The Hill reports:

Trump’s Super Tuesday results: Broad appeal beyond a united GOP

While some in the media spent much of Super Tuesday reveling in Joe Biden’s awakening from political death, they entirely missed the untold story of Super Tuesday: President Donald Trump’s record-breaking vote counts and turnout.

Despite being an uncontested incumbent, President Trump managed to break several turnout and vote-count records in blue states and key swing states.

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In Vermont and Minnesota, Trump’s vote totals beat every past incumbent’s total in the last four decades. In Maine, the president’s vote total bested every primary candidate’s total since before President Ronald Reagan. In Massachusetts, the story was similar, with Trump aggregating a higher vote total than past incumbent Republicans since before Reagan.

And in deeply blue California, with 82 percent of precincts reporting, President Trump collected nearly 1.4 million votes.

Turnout numbers similarly showcased the enthusiasm of Republican voters. In Colorado, for example, Republican turnout for Trump on Tuesday was greater than the past three Republican primaries combined.

GOP spokeswoman Ronna McDaniel talked about this on Twitter:

Amazing.

 

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