Republicans Launch Major Initiative To Get More Votes

Republican National Committee (RNC) Chair Ronna McDaniel unveiled a national initiative aimed at boosting participation before election day.

The “Bank Your Vote” reeducation program aims at locking in as many votes as humanly possible as early as feasible.

In a call with reporters this week, McDaniel informed them that the plan will also encourage and inform Republican voters about when, where, and how to “bank” the votes they cast as early as possible during the election period via early voting in person, using absentee ballots, and everywhere else that ballot harvesting is permitted.

“As we move closer to the 2024 election, the RNC will work with state parties along with campaigns to develop pages describing pre-Election Day voting procedures for the 56 territories and states, along with links to state government websites where voters are able to directly request a ballot,” according to a press release from the committee.

Together with the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) and National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), the RNC spearheaded the campaign.

Representative Byron Donalds (R-FL) was named cochair of the endeavor by NRCC Chair Richard Hudson, and Senator Bill Hagerty (R-TN) was named by NRSC Chair Steve Daines (R-MT).

Daines stated to reporters, “If we learned anything from the last election cycle in 2022, it’s that we need to make election day become election month. In previous elections, the Democrats outraised Us monetarily, but they also took the lead early in mail-in voting. We cannot allow it to continue while taking a risk on election day.”

“So, we will encourage our people to ‘bank’ their ballots early. We’ll have a competitive advantage because of it, he said. Republicans must use every voting option available in every state, just as Democrats have.”

Author: Scott Dowdy

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