Two Trump Super PACs Head to Pennsylvania for Voter Registration Effort

President Trump is getting some help in the battleground state of Pennsylvania. Two top Trump Super PACs are heading to Pennsylvania in a massive effort to register Trump voters ahead of the 2020 election.

According to PoliticsPA:

Great America PAC and Committee to Defend the President have launched their “Great America Voter Drive” in four states, including Pennsylvania, in an effort to register one million new voters for Trump leading up to the 2020 election.

The PACs plan on spending more than $1 million in their first phase towards local and national television ads in Pennsylvania and three additional battleground states that voted for President Donald Trump in 2016. The second phase adds five more battleground states and a national bus tour.

“President Trump won Pennsylvania by a narrow margin in 2016, so we are working hard to strengthen the foundation there to ensure he wins it again in 2020,” said Brent Lowder, Executive Director of Great America PAC.

The groups are also looking to take Congressional districts currently held by Democrats and turn them red.

“Additionally, we hope to take back the house in 2020 and Pennsylvania’s 8th and 17th Congressional Districts are a key part of that strategy,” Lowder said. “The President won both districts in 2016 and they are currently held by Democrats we will work to replace with solid conservatives.”

The belief by the two groups that this effort will not only ensure President Trump a victory in Pennsylvania in 2020 but also a total victory in 2020 is strong.

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