On Saturday, President Trump’s campaign officially surpassed 2.2 million volunteers. The campaign now has 2,275,878 volunteers, and is still growing. This means that President Trump’s re-election campaign has now surpassed the size of former President Obama’s re-election campaign in 2012, which was previously the largest campaign in presidential history.
The news comes as President Trump continues to campaign in person in key battleground states. Meanwhile, Democrat nominee Joe Biden has failed to hold any campaign events for 10 days this month, and counting. This week alone, his campaign called a “lid” before 10 a.m. twice. Biden’s campaign also has failed to knock on a single door in any swing states, whereas President Trump’s campaign has continued to knock on millions of doors over the last few months.
With less than 40 days remaining until the election, the enthusiasm gap is clear. If the data is accurate, President Trump is set to win re-election on November 3, 2020. The only way to ensure it happens is with your vote.