NM GOP and Trump Victory reach historic milestone with 2.7 million voter contacts

On Monday, the Republican Party of New Mexico and the Trump Victory team announced that they had hit a historic milestone this election cycle, with over 2.7 million voter contacts in the state, which is “the largest effort in the history of the GOP in New Mexico,” the release said.

The Party said that since the 2020 campaign cycle had begun, the Republican Party’s partnership with Trump Victory resulted in more than 767,000 doors knocked, two million phone calls made, with over 1,400 volunteers phone banking and doork-knocking across the state. “Hundreds more volunteers are working around the clock to re-elect President Trump and turn the Roundhouse red,” the Party. 

“NM Trump Victory has had more than 14,000 volunteer engagement events in New Mexico. All of these efforts and a unified Republican message have led to more than 30,000 newly registered Republicans in New Mexico.” 

“The push to turn New Mexico red is the largest effort in the history of the GOP in New Mexico. NM Trump Victory and RPNM have created a massive statewide infrastructure that’s unprecedented in the state. The energized GOP campaign includes personal contacts, phone banking, TV, radio and digital ads and billboards, as well as other campaign and candidate outreach.” 

Republican Party of New Mexico Chairman Steve Pearce said, “This massive statewide effort and these impressive numbers not only demonstrate the drive and commitment of the Trump Campaign and RPNM this election, but also the understanding of how important it is to turn New Mexico red in 2020,” adding, “We are on a mission to win. Our teams and staff are making history in an unprecedented effort to re-elect President Trump and Republicans down ballot across the state. The President’s leadership, accomplishments and love of our country will continue to move America forward.”

The massive volunteer efforts to turn New Mexico Red have clearly garnered much success, with increased voter turnout this election. According to Bernalillo County Clerk Linda Stover, 12,814 people early voted in Albuquerque on Saturday alone. Many times, people waited in long lines to cast their ballots. 

Another indicator of Democrats fearing a win for President Trump and Republicans in New Mexico is the increased vandalism of political signs, with one individual even having their young horse shot dead in a possible politically motivated attack. 

Republicans have many pickup opportunities, both in Congressional races and state legislative races, where far-left Speaker of the House Brian Egolf is dumping money from his Speaker Fund into many contentious contests. President Donald Trump has set his eyes on New Mexico and its five electoral votes this election, saying the Land of Enchantment is “a state I think we can win.”

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