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Trump Sets Rally Stage for Seventh NH Visit with Claremont Campaign Speech (Nov. 11)

Trump's Seventh NH Visit Details

Last updated on November 11th, 2023 at 06:46 am

In a move that underscores his continued influence within the Republican Party, former President Donald Trump is slated to return to New Hampshire, marking his seventh NH visit to the pivotal primary state of New Hampshire this year. Trump will address supporters and onlookers at Stevens High School in Claremont at 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 11.

Trump’s Seventh NH Visit Details

Event organizers have confirmed that doors will open at 11 a.m., with the program commencing at 1 p.m. Those interested in attending can secure their spot by applying for tickets online, with a limit of six tickets per mobile number.

Trump’s persistent presence in New Hampshire, a state that plays a critical role in shaping the presidential primary, speaks to his strategic focus on grassroots engagement. His last visit on October 23 saw him officially throw his hat into the ring for the state’s coveted first-in-the-nation primary, followed by an afternoon speech in Derry.

The former president’s itinerary this year has also included stops in Wolfeboro on October 9 and Windham in August, alongside three other visits that have kept his political momentum alive in the Granite State.

Despite his active campaign trail, Trump’s visits come amidst a backdrop of legal challenges, including an ongoing civil fraud trial in New York. Yet, this has seemingly done little to dampen his support among New Hampshire Republicans. Recent polls indicate Trump holding a substantial lead, with potential contenders like Nikki Haley and Vivek Ramaswamy often trailing behind.

Trump’s history in New Hampshire is a tale of primary victories and general election defeats. He clinched the Republican primaries in both 2016 and 2020 but did not carry the state in the subsequent general elections.
As the 2024 presidential race begins to take shape, Trump’s repeated visits to New Hampshire signal a clear intent to maintain his standing as the Republican frontrunner. With the state’s primary potentially setting the tone for the national election, all eyes will be on Claremont come November 11 as Trump takes the stage once more.

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