GOP GOTV set to swamp Biden lead, ‘Election Day to look like a Trump rally’
The Trump campaign, exuding eleventh-hour confidence, is revealing raw voter data that suggests to it that Joe Biden’s lead in early voting will be swamped by a red wave of GOP voters on Election Day.
“In a lot of places across the country, Election Day is going to look like a Trump rally,” said Nick Trainer, the Trump campaign’s director of battleground strategy.
In a detailed review of the key states and upcoming voting, Trainer said that the campaign and the Republican National Committee’s get-out-the-vote effort is set up to push even “low propensity” Trump voters to the polls.
“This is what it was built for,” he said, predicting reelection.
In a call to reporters to suggest that the Biden campaign plans to drag out the election vote counting, Trainer turned to the current voting to declare that the Democrat’s lead in early voting is about to go poof.
Here’s what he said, for example, about Pennsylvania, where the Democrats feel confident that early votes will be too many for President Trump to overcome. He suggested an eventual victory by at least 100,000 votes.
“So, Pennsylvania, the Democrats are going to have somewhere in the neighborhood of a three-quarter million head start heading into tomorrow, probably more than that. What we know right now that there are 2.6 million Trump voters likely to show up tomorrow, and there are 1.5 million remaining Biden voters to show up tomorrow. So, Pennsylvania, in particular, is going to look on election night on an Election Day vote standpoint like the president wins in an absolute landslide. However, we know the margins he needs to win by in Pennsylvania, and that math is available to us from a turnout perspective,” he said.