For political aficionados, election day is like the Superbowl. Tonight, after a midterm season of canvassing and attending debates and rallies, the world watches to see who they’ve picked to lead their state and local governments.
In a final pitch to continue the work that Republicans have done, President Trump addressed around 200,000 supporters in a telephone town hall meeting dubbed “One Vote to Victory,” which has hosted by the Trump Campaign on Monday Morning.
Those who attended the meeting were either first time voters or had returned to the polls for the first time in years to vote for President Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential elections.
In addition, before President Trump addressed the audience of concerned voters, Lara Trump, the senior advisor to Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. and his daughter-in-law, hosted a pre-program that included words from RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and President Trump’s son Eric Trump.
Lara Trump commented on the event, noting that “While President Trump has demonstrated his total commitment to GOP victories in the midterm elections, he wanted to connect one last time before Election Day with his supporters to urge them on a personal level to get out and vote tomorrow. Hundreds of thousands of Trump supporters in key districts and states around the country heard directly from President Trump that their one vote matters now more than ever. The president asked them to get out and vote for GOP candidates and to help him lead the GOP over the finish line to victory tomorrow. It’s their chance to show their support for President Trump once again by getting out to vote!”
Both the Governor’s race and the Senate race have been some of the most closely watched races in the country, and both will be going down to the wire.