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Trump Campaign Rally Today in Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Oct. 7)

Trump Campaigns Rally Today

Former President Donald Trump’s Campaign is set to Rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, today, following his earlier event in Waterloo. This comes as part of his ongoing efforts to solidify his standing in the crucial early primary state.

Trump Cedar Rapids Event Details: 

The Cedar Rapids event will take place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Cedar Rapids Convention Complex, located at 350 First Avenue NE. Doors are expected to open at 1:00 p.m. CT, and Trump is scheduled to speak at 4:00 p.m. ET. 

Special guests for the event include Iowa State Senator Charlie McClintock (R) Iowa State Representatives Cindy Golding (R) and Mark Cisneros (R).

Related: Trump Speech Today at Iowa Commit to Caucus Event in Waterloo, Iowa

“Today is not just another campaign stop; it’s a milestone on the road to the caucuses,” said a campaign insider, emphasizing the significance of the event, which marks the 100-day countdown to the Iowa caucuses in January.

Full Video: Trump Campaign Rally Today in Cedar Rapids, IA

Time: 5:00 pm ET (4:00 pm CT)
Venue Location: DoubleTree By Hilton in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Live Stream: Watch Below

Today’s Coverage by RSBN-TV

Recent polling data from Quinnipiac University shows that Trump is gaining traction not only in Iowa but also in key swing states. In Pennsylvania, 47% of respondents indicated they would vote for Trump over Biden, who garnered 45% support. 

“This two-point lead could be a game-changer, given the tight race between Trump and Biden in 2016,” said Tim Malloy, commenting on the poll results.

Trump’s Standing in the GOP

Current data from Interactive polls indicate that Trump continues to lead among GOP candidates, with a remarkable 56-point lead over his closest competitor, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who has a nine percent approval rate. “The gap is widening, and it’s becoming increasingly clear that Trump is the GOP frontrunner,” said a political analyst from Axios.

Despite Trump’s controversial past and multiple felony indictments, many former critics within the Republican party are beginning to see his nomination as inevitable. “We’ve concluded that the GOP base can’t quit Trump,” said Sarah Longwell, leader of the Republican Accountability PAC, which recently ceased its anti-Trump spending in Iowa.

Trump has been increasingly focusing on Iowa, aiming to secure his position in this early primary state. “His frequent visits and campaign activities here indicate a strategic focus on Iowa,” said a local political observer.

Public Access and Tickets

The Cedar Rapids event is open to the public, with tickets available online on a first-come, first-served basis. For those who can’t attend in person, a live stream of the event will be available.

Tickets: Available Here

For continued coverage of Trump’s campaign activities in Iowa, stay tuned.

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