Parscale went over the map during a Senate GOP retreat at the National Republican Senatorial Committee head office. Amongst the states Parscale mentioned as possible targets are Minnesota and New Mexico. Both states have a Senate race this year, though Republicans are not anticipated to turn either. Hillary Clinton won Minnesota by 1.5 points and New Mexico by 8 points.
A senior Trump project authorities verified that both states are being targeted, to name a few that Trump lost in 2016, consisting of New Hampshire and Nevada.
” President Trump’s project fully prepares to safeguard the 2016 map and broaden upon it,” the authorities included.
Parscale presented senators with voter data and campaign investment information to argue that those states are competitive, an attendee said. He also invested a piece of time describing the information that the project gleans from its raucous rallies and previewed some of the minority coalitions the Trump campaign will introduce later on this year.
Parscale, who served as the digital media director for Trump’s 2016 project, did not provide specific predictions based on who ends up being the Democratic presidential nominee, according to participants.
” He’s very precise and is striving to put a plan in location no matter the outcome [of the Democratic race],” Sen. John Boozman (R-Ark.) stated after the conference.
“I don’t think the outcome at this moment truly matters,” Boozman added. “It’s simply laying the pieces of the puzzle and putting the foundation in location so that they can react no matter what takes place.”
Burgess Everett contributed to this report.
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