Republicans Asking Voters To Do One Thing

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( – The Republican National Committee (RNC) is going to release a new ad on Wednesday urging GOP primary votes to use both early voting methods and absentee methods in 2024. The ad is going to be aired for the first time on Fox News during the first presidential primary debate.

In the ad many of the Republican presidential candidates, including former President Donald Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence, as well as other GOP lawmakers including Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Rep. Byron Donalds, R-Fla., are showing support to the “Bank Your Vote” campaign.

Trump calls for voters to visit and sign up to vote early. Cruz also notes that Republicans needed to “take the pledge” to vote so that President Joe Biden would be defeated.

The RNC also revealed that they would set up a booth in Milwaukee during the first primary debate in which they will provide GOP voters with more information about early and absentee methods of voting.

Local RNC chapters that host parties across the nation are also going to be giving hand-outs to attendees with this information. An analysis from The New York Times in 2020 showed that early voting was in favor of Democrats in almost every state during that election cycle, including in states that are considered Republican strongholds, such as Pennsylvania and Kansas.

Trump, who is not going to be participating in the first RNC debate, still agreed to support the campaign that led to a push for early voting. He had also announced his support for the campaign in July.

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