On Thursday morning supporters lined up outside the New Hampshire State House for the arrival of Vice President Mike Pence.
Pence filed the necessary paperwork to enter President Trump in the 2020 New Hampshire Presidential Primary. This is something Vice Presidents do for a sitting President.
“It is such a privilege for me as a Vice President to come to New Hampshire today and place the name of Donald J. Trump back on the republican primary ballot in the First in the Nation Primary,” said Pence.
In 2016 Donald Trump won the New Hampshire primary but lost the general to Hillary Clinton by less than one percent. Pence say the Trump Campaign is hoping to regain that support again.
In Concord, Pence touted a booming economy, rebuilding the military and expansion of new businesses in New Hampshire.
The Vice President’s visit solidifies that he will be standing by President Trump’s side if he is re-elected in 2020.
“We have made America great again, and to keep America great we’re gonna reelect President Donald Trump for four more years, and we’re going to start here in the first in the nation.
He promised that there would be a vigorous campaign in New Hampshire, and that he would be back.