Executive Intelligence Review


President Trump Steps Up His Organizing Right Up to Election Eve

Oct. 30, 2018 (EIRNS)—The White House announced on Monday that President Donald Trump will lead even more rallies between now and the Nov. 6 election. Starting on Oct. 31, the President will hold 11 rallies in eight states, in six days. The states include Florida (twice), Indiana (twice), Missouri (twice), West Virginia, Montana, Tennessee, Georgia and Ohio. The candidates he is supporting in Georgia and Florida are running for governor; the other candidates are running for the Senate.

Those campaign rallies are:

Oct. 31: Fort Myers, Florida (Ron DeSantis—governor; Rick Scott—Senate)

Nov. 1: Columbia, Mo. (Josh Hawley—Senate)

Nov. 2: Huntington, West Virginia (Patrick Morrisey—Senate) and Indianapolis, Indiana (Mike Braun—Senate)

Nov. 3: Bozeman, Montana (Matt Rosendale—Senate) and Pensacola, Florida (DeSantis and Scott)

Nov. 4: Macon, Georgia (Brian Kemp—governor) and Chattanooga, Tenn. (Marsha Blackburn-Senate)

Nov. 5: Cleveland, Ohio (Jim Renacci—Senate), Fort Wayne, Ind. (Braun) and Cape Girardeau, Missouri (Hawley)