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Trump campaign to hold boat parade on Lake Martin

The Alabama members of the Trump National Finance Committee are hosting a boat parade on Lake Martin Sept. 19.

“Come join us in a celebration of our Great President Donald J. Trump and his nomination for four more years making America the greatest country on earth,” the group said in an announcement.

The parade will be on Lake Martin and begin at noon and last to 2:30 p.m. The event will begin at Ridge Marina and end at Herb Winches Landing Restaurant.

Republican nominee for U.S. Senate Tommy Tuberville will be in attendance.

The event is hosted by members of the Trump National Finance Committee: Perry O Hooper Jr, Will Heidt, Chase Bradley, SueAnne McMahan, and Corky Hawthorne.

“This is the second Trump boat parade we have held and we want this to be even bigger and better,” the group said.

“Please fly your American flag, your Trump flag if you have one, and have your game face on as we celebrate our Country, our unprecedented freedoms, and our fearless leader President Trump!” the group added.

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The previous Trump boat parade was held in Orange Beach.

Trump is being challenged by former Vice President Joseph Biden in the Nov. 3 general election.

Brandon Moseley is a former reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter.

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