FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: NOVEMBER 3, 2020
CONTACT: RYAN HITE, COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR
President Trump has kept his promises.
We must keep our republic: VOTE TODAY.
Washington, D.C.: Four simple words defined the 2016 Trump presidential campaign: Make America Great Again. It’s a simple phrase, but it means so much. After eight years under President Obama, Americans were tired of being told their nation was not great, tired of a dismissive attitude toward American exceptionalism. We were hungry to again hear the truth: America is the land of promise. America is the land of opportunity. America is the land of heroes. America is the land of greatness.
“Donald Trump cast that vision for We the People,” said Ed Martin, president of Phyllis Schlafly Eagles. “He promised to restore the American greatness politicians on both sides of the aisle spent decades trying to bury. Four years ago we chose Donald Trump’s vision for our nation and he has delivered. However, he’s done much more than just make and keep a few promises. He continues to work tirelessly to put We the People first, to rebuild our United States.
“The singular aim of the Trump administration has been to restore the greatness enjoyed by our nation in the days of our forefathers. America has not only a wonderful history, we have so much more to look forward to. Donald Trump believes that our best days are still ahead. Today we face the crossroads of two completely opposite visions for America and we must choose.”
We must vote to keep America exceptional. We must vote to preserve our children’s future and liberty. We must vote to protect our Republic. There is simply no other option — President Trump must not have only one term. We must fight today at the ballot box for our nation, this last great stronghold of freedom in the world. You must go vote today for four more years.
“Today is the day for each of us to encourage all Americans, including Christians, to embrace their right to vote — not merely as a duty and privilege, but as an opportunity to participate in rebuilding the moral fabric of our nation. Your vote is important and every vote will count. It is our responsibility to round up all the votes we can so we can make progress toward rebuilding the culture of morality.”