Disengaged Republicans may hold the nation’s future in their hands

Feb 2, 2024

The 2024 presidential election is heating up, and now that it is apparent that Trump will be the nominee, more activists are looking at what will happen this November.

While most activists are focused on the integrity of the system, some are paying attention to voters’ concerns.

This organization recently uncovered some critical data about the election that should be a serious cause for concern for any American who doesn’t like the direction the country is going.

Over 4.5 million “disengaged” Republican voters revealed

Turning Point Action is the political arm of Charlie Kirk’s Turning Point USA, and the group has discovered that there are over 4.5 million “disengaged” Republican voters.

What’s most concerning is that the bulk of these voters are located in several key battleground states, which may be enough to swing the 2024 presidential election results.

The organization is holding its first-ever event called Restoring National Confidence in Las Vegas, flying GOP county chairs in from 75 of the top 100 battleground counties in America.

The goal of the event is to show the chairs what the RNC should be doing to help get voters excited and into the polls.

According to Kirk, “It’s a turnout game. It’s the exact opposite of what people would have believed. I’m very, very focused and have been for quite some time and will continue to be on these numbers. I believe it’s all going to come down to three states.”

Kirk, who is the head of Turning Point, says that Trump will win Ohio, North Carolina (“by a little bit’), and Iowa, and he also says that Trump will win Florida “by a million votes.”

“It’s going to be all-in on Arizona, Georgia, and Wisconsin,” said Kirk.

He did say he felt better about Georgia because voters are currently outpacing the Democrats 1.5 to one per voter in registration.

Kirk also believes that the GOP is getting its “act together” in Arizona thanks to a “great new state party chair who really knows what she’s doing.”

However, he says he’s worried about Wisconsin and Pennsylvania and that overall, this year will be a “turnout election.”

Kirk then asked, “Can we really turn out another 50,000 to 60,000 more Republican voters?”

The GOP chairs who plan to attend the event received binders featuring precinct-specific data in each of their respective counties, along with state-level data that pertains to “low propensity GOP voters.”

The term refers to voters who are likely to vote for the Republican for president this year but did not vote in the 2016 or 2020 elections.

Turning Point Action’s Tyler Bowyer said, “This is what the left has targeted on their side. They are obsessed with what we call low-propensity or low-information or less-likely or disengaged voters.”

Data reveals new insights

According to the data from Turning Point Action, there are approximately 4,571,210 “disengaged” GOP voters who didn’t vote in 2016 or 2020.

These voters are located in ten pivotal states: Florida, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Georgia, Ohio, Michigan, Arizona, North Carolina, and Nevada.

During the 2020 election, Biden took six of those states, and in each one of those, the disengaged GOP voters’ total was more than the margin of victory over Trump.

In other words, if those same voters came to the polls this time, it could have a significant impact on the outcome of the 2024 election.

Turning Point Action is currently doing massive “ballot chasing” programs in Wisconsin, Arizona, and Georgia to try and get people to come to the polls.

In the meantime, Americans will have to wait and see how many of these “disengaged” voters actually show up.

Read All About It News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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