Last updated on October 18th, 2023 at 03:05 am
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire (Oct. 9) — Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States, is set to address a Columbus Day rally today in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.
Trump was last in New Hampshire in August when he held a rally at Windham High School. He had previously visited the Granite State on three other occasions this year.
Trump Wolfeboro Rally Details:
Trump Speech in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
Where: Kingswood Arts Center in Wolfeboro, NH
Live Stream: Watch Below
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“The broadcast is expected to begin at 9:00 am ET. Please note, times are subject to change,” announced the event organizers. However, Trump’s speech is slated for live coverage at 12 noon ET.
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Trump returns to New Hampshire today amid a wave of positive campaign news and a crowd eager to hear him speak. “Both the latest polls and political events are headed in a positive direction for the former POTUS as he heads to Wolfeboro,” said a campaign spokesperson.
The former president will be speaking at the Kingswood Art Center, focusing on topics such as the economy, the opioid crisis, and border security. “Our grassroots campaign is stronger than ever. We have volunteers going door-to-door and making phone calls,” said a campaign official. Trump’s previous victory in New Hampshire during the 2016 election cycle has helped him forge strong relationships within the state.
According to RealClearAverage polling, Trump enjoys the support of 45% of GOP primary voters in New Hampshire. “He’s about 31 points ahead of his closest challenger, Nikki Haley, who’s at 14 points after a post-debate surge,” stated a political analyst. Nationally, Trump’s support is nearing 60%.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., is expected to announce on Monday that he will run as an independent reported CNN, foregoing a challenge to Biden in the Democratic Primary. “Without Kennedy’s name on the Democratic ballot, some of those anti-establishment, anti-vax voters may pick up a GOP ballot, and they’re likely to be Trump voters,” speculated a political commentator.
Trump, the frontrunner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, will deliver his remarks at the Kingswood Arts Center, not far from where U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney owns a summer home. “He had previously visited the Granite State on three other occasions this year,” confirmed a campaign aide.
Recent polls show Trump maintaining a significant lead over other GOP contenders. A Saint Anselm College poll last week had Trump leading Haley by a 45% to 15% margin, while a University of New Hampshire poll placed him first at 39%, followed by Vivek Ramaswamy at 13%.
While Trump remains the frontrunner, the real story in New Hampshire is the fight for second place. “For a while, Ron DeSantis had held the top spot but has drifted downward in recent months. Meanwhile, Nikki Haley has capitalized on her debate performances,” said a local political expert.
As the 2024 presidential election looms, Trump’s visit to Wolfeboro today is more than just another campaign Rally. With favorable polls and a strong grassroots campaign, Trump is a force to be reckoned with, not just in New Hampshire but across the nation.