Republican National Committee : The Republican National Committee (RNC) is speeding up its operations and encouraging voters to vote early before Wednesday’s GOP presidential debate.
The “Bank Your Vote” initiative, the RNC’s ambitious 2024 presidential campaign, instructs Republican voters about absentee voting, ballot collection, and early voting.
Fox News was provided inside information about the RNC’s advertising blitz, including a compelling 30-second segment that will air on the Rumble live stream during Fox News’ high-stakes Milwaukee debate.
RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and other GOP leaders urge Republican voters to choose in a striking visual before the election. “When Republicans vote early, victory follows,” McDaniel says in the commercial.
The story includes a humorous “Bank Your Vote” contest, which boosts momentum. Participants who voted early on BankYourVote.com by August 23 might attend a Republican presidential primary meeting in person.
On the debate day, the RNC will display its ‘Bank Your Vote’ booth at the Convention Partner Fair in Milwaukee. Debate fans, vendors, and volunteers can sign up to vote early and acquire comprehensive absentee request frameworks for all 56 states and territories, legislative guidelines, and absentee voting laws.
The RNC keeps trying. The group hosts over 400 debate watch parties in every state to encourage early internet voting. For McDaniel, “Our only goal is to make sure that Biden only serves one term, to strengthen our hold on the House, and to take back the Senate.” To achieve this ambition, all Republican votes must be secured by 2024. The RNC is doing “Bank Your Vote” with key Republican leaders to get and keep votes.
Last month, former President Donald Trump, featured in the latest RNC ad, urged Republicans to vote promptly, boosting the RNC.
Since announcing his 2024 presidential bid, Trump has been suggesting for more than two years that early and postal voting in 2020 may cause problems. In a nuanced Fox News interview with Sean Hannity, Trump backed early Republican voting but hinted that it could be controlled.
Due to this enduring anger about Trump, Democrats have taken advantage of early voting in recent years. The U.S. Election Project indicated 33.3% of early 2022 midterm votes were Republican. This is up from 30.5% in the 2020 presidential election. Democrats’ early vote rates remain at 40.6% in 2022 and 40.8% in 2020.