President Trump’s Iowa Team Adds 2,250+ Signed Caucus Pledge Cards During Saturday Visit
September 10, 2023
DJTFP24 Now Over 27,500 Signed Caucus Pledge Cards
Bedminster, NJ – President Donald J. Trump’s Iowa campaign team added more than 2,250 signed Caucus pledge cards during his multi-stop visit on Saturday, bringing the total collected to more than 27,500 in advance of the January Caucuses.
The DJTFP24 Iowa team’s impressive weekend haul, led by grassroots volunteers at the Cy-Hawk football game Saturday, boosts an already lengthy list of in-state campaign activity, including:
The latest polling has President Trump leading his next closest competitor 51-14, a 37-point lead.
President Trump has now visited Iowa seven times this year – Davenport, Des Moines, Council Bluffs, Cedar Rapids, the RPI Dinner (Des Moines), the Iowa State Fair, and Ames (Saturday’s Cy-Hawk Football game).
The Iowa team has recruited over 1000 Trump Precinct Captains
President Trump’s campaign was the first to announce over 200 county chairs in all 99 counties
The campaign team now has over 1500 Unique In-State Volunteers (as opposed to relying on paid out-of-town door knockers, like Always Back Down).
Over 100 Iowa Farmers have been announced as part of the Farmers for Trump Coalition.
The DJTFP24 campaign team and it’s volunteer army has amassed 200,000+ voter contacts.
President Trump has 20 Official State Legislative Endorsements in Iowa.
President Trump has hosted three telerallies hitting 100k+ households each.
President Trump has also done seven County Party Video addresses and one video address to the Iowa Faith and Freedom coaliton.
The Iowa team has been boosted by surrogate visits from Congressman Wesley Hunt (two visits), Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, U.S. Senator Eric Schmitt, nine Members of the Florida Congressional Delegation, Former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake (three visits), plus Iowa’s own Former Acting U.S. Attorney General Matt Whitaker.
Over 100 Parades staffed.
110 Unique County Party Visits.
Over 300 volunteers at the Iowa State Fair.
Over 250 Grassroots and Community Events Attended.
10,000 yard signs distributed.
200 barn signs distributed.
27,500+ Pledge Cards Collected, including 2,250+ on Saturday, and 10,000+ during the Iowa State Fair alone.
The Trump campaign has put on more candidate-attended Iowa events than the DeSantis campaign.
And again, the latest polling has President Trump leading his next closest competitor 51-14, a 37-point lead.
“President Trump’s Iowa team and outstanding army of grassroots volunteers have created one of the greatest campaign teams in Iowa Caucus history,” said Trump campaign spokesman Steven Cheung. “The numbers speak for themselves, from the on-the-ground activity to the 37-point lead in polling. It’s impressive.”