Team Trump is recruiting an army of volunteers headed into 2024

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump’s team is scouting for more political recruits to jump aboard the MAGA movement as the 2024 campaign season has started in earnest this year.

“The forgotten men and women are the heart and soul of our incredible movement to Make America Great Again,” Team Trump’s account stated on Twitter. “The only force strong enough to defeat the massive corruption we are up against is you, the America[n] People.”

The campaign website also added, “In order to restore the fabric of our glorious nation, we need every patriot to support our campaign and make your voices heard.”

Volunteers for the 2024 Trump campaign can sign up for poll watching, canvassing, door knocking, and more. See more information at the Twitter link below:

The recruitment of more volunteers to the nationwide Trump campaign is yet another phase of the president’s fight to reclaim the White House next year. As reported by RSBN, Trump is also launching a massive ballot harvesting operation ahead of the general election next November.

In February, the Trump campaign released a fundraising email that explained, “The radical Democrats have used ballot harvesting to cancel out YOUR vote and walk away with elections that they NEVER should have won. But I’m doing something HUGE to fight back. Our presidential campaign will launch our own BALLOT HARVESTING FUND in the states where the Left has been cheating the system.”

According to a report from The Post Millennial, the Trump campaign pinpointed $75 million that was allegedly being poured into battleground states by a Soros-linked Super PAC. States who reportedly received money included Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Arizona, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.

Trump’s ballot harvesting fundraising efforts are aimed at states where ballot collection is legal. According to the NCSL, 31 states in the Union today allow legal ballot harvesting, which means that someone other than the registered voter is allowed to return a ballot on the voter’s behalf.

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