Selected Nevada Republican Party/Trump Campaign Communications Showing Examples of Activity Leading Up to the Nov. Election


Nevada Republican Party
July 27, 2020


Nevada Republican Party Chairman Michael J. McDonald released the following statement marking that we are 100 days out from Election Day:

“Republicans are in as strong of a position as they could possibly hope to be in 100 days out from Election Day. Nevadans can see clearly just what is at stake. President Trump built the greatest economy the Silver State has ever seen, and he will do it once again. Joe Biden has succumbed to the extreme socialists in his party, adopting an agenda that raises taxes on Nevada families, cause energy prices to skyrocket, and make our communities less safe. We will spend these final 100 days working to get this message out and turning out Republicans in November to ensure President Trump has four more years in the White House and to elect Republicans committed to upholding our values in Congress and Carson City.”
Nevada Republican Party
July 21, 2020


The enthusiasm to support the Nevada Republican Party has not slowed, even amid a global pandemic. Now more than ever, individual donors are recognizing the importance of contributing to the Party, supported by the record-breaking second quarter in which the Nevada Republican Party raised over $150,000 online through small-dollar donations.

The historic online fundraising during the second quarter shattered the previous record set just earlier this year.

“It seems our successful online fundraising program was just getting started in the first quarter of 2020. Our supporters continue to show support through small-dollar donations that translated to the Nevada Republican Party’s best quarter in history,” said NVGOP Finance Chairman Jim Hindle. “This is a representation of just how enthusiastic Republicans are for November’s election.”

These record-setting online fundraising efforts show that the work of the Nevada Republican Party’s robust field program is not going unnoticed. Working alongside the Nevada GOP, Trump Victory has built the largest team ever for a presidential election cycle.

“Republicans know what is at stake in this election. With more than sixty staffers across the Silver State and a volunteer infrastructure of thousands of Nevadans, our work towards electing Republicans in November is stronger than it has ever been,” said Nevada Republican Party Chairman Michael J. McDonald. “Our team has made over 1.3 million voter contacts this cycle and the work that’s being done in the field is only sustained with the support of our donors.”

Nevada Republican Party
July 7, 2020


In case you missed it… The Las Vegas Review-Journal published a story last night on the chaos ensuing in Nevada’s state Democrat Party and its largest county’s party, detailing recent resignations of senior leadership due to infighting.

With progressive supporters of socialist Bernie Sanders taking over the party, it has created a deep divide over policy platforms, including pro-Palestine language in the Clark County Democrat Party’s platform. After previously passing the language, now-former Chair Donna West conducted a new vote to strip it out.

But with West resigning her post, it is only a matter of time until anti-Israel and other extreme ideals take hold and push Nevada Democrats to becoming indistinguishable with run-of-the-mill socialists.

While Nevada Democrats are fighting about which failed socialist policy of the past they want in their platform, Nevada Republicans are more unified than ever in supporting President Trump and giving him four more years in the White House.

Republicans made a clear statement it is behind the President 100 percent when they voted to do away with the party’s caucus and endorse President Trump’s campaign. And while Nevada Democrats are fighting each other, Nevada Republicans across the state are working to elect strong conservatives up and down the ballot in November.

Read the Las Vegas Review-Journal story below or here.

Rory Appleton.  "Trump Nevada campaign resumes in-person events." Las Vegas Review-Journal, July 2, 2020