Trump Expanding Electoral Map — “Going All In” To Win Minnesota

The Trump campaign has announced its plan to expand the electoral map.

While speaking to reporters the Trump Campaign said they have reserved $14 million dollars in air time in Minnesota from Labor Day to Election Day.

This move shows that the Trump campaign views Minnesota as winnable.

In 2016, President Trump lost Minnesota by over 20,000 votes.

Hillary Clinton had 46%

President Trump had 44%

It is now looking like Minnesota is in play:

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Just a few days ago President Trump landed major endorsements from Democrat Mayors in Minnesota.

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Democrat Mayor Larry Cuffe Jr. explained his reasoning for endorsing President Trump:

Jason Miller, a Senior Advisor to the Trump Campaign also pointed out that they are “going all-in” to win Minnesota.

This news comes on the heels of great polling data for President Trump.

A new poll from Emerson found that President Trump’s approval rating hit 49%, which is the highest ever recorded by Emerson.


For the first time since he’s taken office, Trump’s job approval rating is approaching a majority, at 49% approval and 47% disapproval. This is a jump of four points since July, where Trump had 45% approval and 51% disapproval.

This poll also found President Trump making gains among Black Americans:

A poll from the Democracy Institute found President Trump winning in Battleground states, including Minnesota:

The poll also had him getting 319 electoral votes:

Joe Biden’s real clear politics average is looking far worse than it did for Hillary at the same time.

In 2016 Hillary had a bigger lead in almost every swing state:

This likely explains the new rhetoric coming from the Biden campaign. They have now begun claiming that the violence we have seen in the streets from the left is President Trump’s fault.

They also have accused Trump of wanting them to happen for political gain:

We saw in 2016 the weaknesses of polling and it is safe to assume that President Trump is doing at least slightly better than even these great poll numbers.




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