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Massive GOP Turnout for Trump in Uncontested Primary


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Massive GOP Turnout for Trump in Uncontested Primary

espite having an uncontested primary the turnout for President Trump on Super Tuesday was massive.

According to The Daily Wire:

The Democrats celebrated a “turnout surge” after Super Tuesday, noting that, in many states, interest was “significantly higher” than in previous years — in some cases, more than a hundred thousand more votes were cast on Super Tuesday 2020 than on Super Tuesday 2016.

Republican turnout, however, dwarfed Democratic turnout in a number of Super Tuesday states, even though President Donald Trump is running largely unopposed. Former Trump supporter, talk show host Joe Walsh, dropped out of the race several weeks ago, and former Libertarian vice presidential candidate Bill Weld, Trump’s only remaining primary challenger, has netted an average of 2% iof the vote in most of the early contests.

The trend began in New Hampshire, where Trump received 129,000 votes — more than both former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama received for their re-election. It continued through Super Tuesday, with Republicans putting up massive numbers in places like Tennessee and North Carolina.

In places like Texas, Republicans in 2020 cast twice as many votes for Trump as Democrats in 2016 cast for Obama.

Trump 2020 vs. Obama 2012 primary results:

NH: 129,696 / 49,080

OK: 273,562 / 64,389

MA: 207,495 / 127,909

TN: 324,119 / 80,705

VT: 33,863 / 40,247

AL: 690,381 / 241,167

TX: 1,584,661 / 520,410 (w/ 66% in)

NC: 704,328 / 766,077 (w/ 69% in)

The Trump campaign has been pushing for early votes from his strongest supporters to show the strength of the Trump campaign heading into Novembe