Trump Campaign Launches First Pennsylvania Office Ahead of Presidential Election


Former President Donald Trump’s political campaign inaugurated an office in Philadelphia on Tuesday night.

This marks the first office the Trump campaign has established in the pivotal swing state of Pennsylvania. The Keystone State is anticipated to be one of the closest races nationwide in November, with many experts suggesting that winning Pennsylvania could determine the presidency.

The grand opening, titled the “Trump Force 47 Office Grand Opening,” was celebrated with the usual fanfare of a campaign office launch. Congressman Wesley Hunt (R-TX) served as the event’s guest speaker, joined by prominent members of the Pennsylvania Republican Party, including Chairman Lawrence Tabas.

Tabas, who was the state’s Republican leader when Trump lost in 2020, emphasized the importance of electing Trump in 2024.

“It’s important to recognize that we need new leadership in America, we need new leadership in Pennsylvania,” Tabas noted. “Bidenomics has been a failure.”

Hunt gave a passionate speech explaining why voters should support Trump over Biden in the upcoming election. His presence also underscored Trump’s voter outreach efforts among Black Americans in Philadelphia. During his remarks, Hunt stood at a podium displaying a sign that read “Black Americans for Trump.”

“Black issues are American issues,” Hunt declared. “It is time for our country to coalesce around President Trump to save us from the brink of disaster.”

The Texas congressman also criticized the Biden administration, pointing to issues such as the economy, gas prices, inflation, the border crisis, and the rise in violent crime since Biden assumed office.

Trump narrowly lost Pennsylvania to Biden in 2020 but won the state against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016, making him the first Republican to capture the state in a presidential election since George H.W. Bush in 1988. Currently, Trump holds a 2.3% lead in Pennsylvania, according to Real Clear Politics.

The Trump campaign plans to open additional offices throughout Pennsylvania in the coming weeks.

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