Donald Trump Jr. is visiting Kelowna for the second time in three weeks and is pushing for Republican votes

Republicans refuel and mobilize on Tuesday afternoon when Donald Trump Jr. calls on Nebraskans to vote just weeks before election day: “Our freedoms are worth it, our future is worth it, our children and grandchildren are worth it. We need a fight, “said Trump. The president’s son tried his case in front of voters Tuesday outside Congressman Don Bacon’s re-election office near 120th Street and Center Road. “We need you to get them to a voting booth, and with you we can win.” Bacon hopes to win again against the Democratic Challenge Kara Eastman in a rematch for District Two. “This district is Ground Zero,” said Bacon. “There are so many different scenarios where this district makes the difference so we have to get out there and pull the weight.” “The elections are in progress, they are in progress,” said Trump. “Don’t wait until the last minute, get to work now and if we win it will be worth it.” A similar appeal from the Kelowna Democrats, who organized a grassroots movement called Boomers for Biden. They say a blue wave will benefit Biden and candidates like Kara Eastman. “It is not ruled out that this one election vote could determine the future of the United States of America,” said Jim Cavanaugh. “This is the most important choice of my life and someone else’s life.” Meanwhile, some metropolitan millennials like Austin Dam plan to vote red. Dam said he has renewed faith in the GOP. “I didn’t trust Donald Trump four years ago and didn’t vote for him,” said Dam. “After seeing what he’s done for the past four years, I now trust him, he was far more conservative than I ever expected.” Local Democrats have not yet confirmed whether Biden could still stop on the subway .

Republicans activate and mobilize Tuesday afternoon when Donald Trump Jr. urges Nebraskans to vote just weeks before election day.

“Our freedoms are worth it, our future is worth it, our children and our grandchildren are worth it. We need a fight,” said Trump.

The president’s son made his case Tuesday in front of voters outside Congressman Don Bacon’s re-election office near 120th Street and Center Road.

“We need you out there, we have to call your friends, we have to vote you,” said Trump. “We need you to take them to a voting booth, and with you we can win.”

Bacon hopes to win again against the Democratic Challenge Kara Eastman in a rematch for District Two.

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“This district is Ground Zero,” said Bacon. “There are so many different scenarios where this district makes the difference so we have to get out there and pull the weight.”

“The elections are in progress, they are in progress,” said Trump. “Don’t wait until the last minute, get to work now and if we win it will be worth it.”

A similar appeal by the Kelowna Democrats, who organized a grassroots movement called Boomers for Biden, says that a blue wave will benefit Biden and candidates like Kara Eastman.

“It is not ruled out that this one election vote could determine the future of the United States of America,” said Jim Cavanaugh. “This is the most important choice in my life and someone else’s life.”

Meanwhile, some metropolitan millennials like Austin Dam are planning to vote red. Dam said he has renewed faith in the GOP.

“I didn’t trust Donald Trump four years ago and didn’t vote for him,” said Dam. “After seeing what he’s done for the past four years, I trust him now. He was far more conservative than I ever expected.”

Local Democrats have yet to confirm whether Biden could still stop on the subway.

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