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Trump Rally Moves to Stadium

Brandon Moseley

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By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

On Thursday, February 26, the Donald Trump Campaign for President announced that they were moving the Huntsville rally to a different location to accommodate the demand.

The campaigtn announced that Donald Trump’s Huntsville rally has officially changed the location to Madison City Schools Stadium.

Madison Mayor Troy Trulock confirmed that Donald Trump’s visit to Huntsville on Sunday has changed location to Madison City Schools Stadium.

The doors open at 2:00 p.m. and the program is scheduled to start at 4:00 p.m. The stadium is located at 211 Celtic Drive. Doors open at 2 p.m. with the program beginning at 4 p.m.

The New York City billionaire and reality TV star won the Republican Caucus in Nevada by a full twenty percentage points.

In his victory speech, Trump repeated many of his themes in his victory speech, “We are going to make America great again.” “This was very exciting.” “I love money.” “We are going to build the wall.” Mexico is going to pay for the wall. I am going to talk to them. We have a trade deficit with Mexico. They are going to be happy to build the wall.

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Trump said, “We are going to be the smart people.” “You are going to be proud of your President and you are going to be prouder of your country.”

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Donald Trump won Nevada with 45.9 percent of the votes cast. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida) was in second with 23.9 percent of the vote. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) was in third place with 21.4 percent. Dr. Ben Carson finished in fourth with just 4.8 percent. Ohio Gov. John Kasich came in fifth with just 3.6 percent of the vote.

Donald Trump has now won New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada after a disappointing second place finish in Iowa. Sen. Cruz won the Iowa Caucus, but his campaign has faltered since then. Sen. Rubio struggled in New Hampshire, but ran a close third in Iowa and was in second place in both Nevada and South Carolina. Governor Kasich focused enormous effort on New Hampshire where he finished in second place but none of that momentum has translated into success in South Carolina and Nevada.

Nevada like Iowa, South Carolina, and New Hampshire set participation records on the Republican side as Trump has thus far been able to draw new voters to the Republican Presidential process.

The largest political rally in this campaign by any candidate in this cycle occurred when Donald Trump visited Mobile over the Summer.

 

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