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Trump Wins Straw Poll With Whopping 87% Landslide

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In the 2023 Colorado Republican Centennial Dinner Presidential Straw Poll, former President Donald Trump easily secured first place with 87% of the vote, while Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis came in second with 6%.

The Party chairman expressed strong support for Trump and his America-First energy, as Trump’s influence led to Representative Ken Buck’s failing to seek re-election.

“Colorado Republicans spoke loudly and clearly that President Trump is the frontrunner and the man to beat. The Party congratulates President Trump and looks forward to the grassroots America-First energy he will continue to bring to our base heading into 2024,” Party Chairman Dave Williams stated. (Trending: Is It Time For Joe Biden To Drop Out Of 2024?)

“This isn’t a rare occurrence for President Trump. Trump wins every real poll by a landslide,” America First congressional candidate Trent Leisy said.

“I announced my campaign against RINO Ken Buck last month because he has not only betrayed the people of Colorado’s 4th Congressional District but has betrayed President Trump and the America First movement as well.”

“I am running to be another soldier in Rightful President Trump’s army in Congress and will always put America First,” Leisy added.

Trump’s campaign has raised substantial funds, far-surpassing DeSantis’s fundraising.

The Trump campaign stated, “In an impressive testament to the overwhelming grassroots support behind President Trump that will lead to dominating victories, close to $36 million of the total cash on hand is designated for the primary.” (Trending: CNN Poll Is Bad News For Biden)

“While DeSanctus’ fundraising, like his poll numbers, has seen an exponential drop even from July, President Trump outraised his impressive $35 million haul in Q2 (which doubled Q1 fundraising) by more than $10 million,” the campaign added.

“The Q3 numbers are even more impressive considering the summer months are usually when most campaigns experience lagging fundraising support.”

“President Trump and his campaign have completely shattered that notion.”

Additionally, Trump is leading in critical swing states, with polls showing him ahead of President Biden due to widespread disapproval of Biden’s handling of the economy.

The survey also revealed that a significant portion of voters in these states view Biden’s economic agenda negatively.

Notably, the survey indicated that a small minority of 2020 Trump voters would consider voting for Biden in 2024, with the vast majority expressing intent to vote for Trump again.

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