President Trump held a huge rally in Mississippi on November 1, 2019, in order to bring out the republican vote for a close race in Mississippi. On Tuesday, November 5, 2019, Democrat Jim Hood and Republican Tate Reeves will campaign for the final vote in a General election. The race is considered competitive. The winner will become governor.
President Trump appeared relaxed, happy, and seemed to be having a great time as he encouraged a very enthusiastic crowd to vote for Tate Reeves for governor. The President pointed out that the U.S. stock market reached another historic high on 11/1/2019.
The Mississippi rally is considered by experts to have been one of the President’s most successful political rallies in 2019. The Mississippi rally is tied with the New Mexico rally held by President Trump earlier this year. The New Mexico rally was considered by many as extremely successful because of the extremely strong Hispanic support given to President Trump by individuals attending the rally. New Mexico was carried by Ms. Clinton in the 2016 Presidential election. New Mexico is one of eleven purple states where neither the democrat party nor the republican party has a lock on the outcome in 2020. President Trump increased his support with democratic voters and with independent voters in New Mexico after his New Mexico rally. The state remains purple at this time.
R. Van Conoley ( Rumors indicate that President Trump plans to campaign in the state of California. Although California is considered a likely win for the democrat party in the 2020 Presidential election, President Trump believes that it is needed and necessary to “flip” an unspecified number of congressional seats from blue to red in California. There are growing amounts of dissatisfaction in seven congressional blue districts. )