Joe Biden is pulling out his hair plugs after learning his losing to Trump in this Democrat stronghold

Nov 7, 2023

The 2024 Presidential election is shaping to be a rematch between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

The liberal media elite and team Biden keep talking like the race is already won.

But now it’s Donald Trump who has a new reason for confidence following his recent strong showing in this Democrat stronghold.

Is this blue state turning red?

Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in an electoral landslide by winning all the rustbelt and upper Midwest swing states.

Some of those victories, like Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin, included battleground states the Grand Old Party had been trying in vain to win in election cycle after election cycle.

And then there was Minnesota.

Clinton only held on to the Gopher State by a point and a half in 2016.

It was a very strong shopping by Trump in a state that hasn’t voted for a Republican for President since it went with Richard Nixon all the way back in 1972.

That’s 12 straight Presidential elections the state has gone blue, the longest streak of any state in the country.

The 45th President of the United States didn’t fare as well in Minnesota in 2020, losing to Joe Biden by about seven points.

But Trump just got some news that suggests he could be putting the state back in play.

Trump outraising Biden in Minnesota

According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC), Trump trounced Biden’s fundraising numbers in Minnesota.

Campaign finance reports from the two camps show the Trump team raised more than $550,000 this year in the Land of 10,000 Lakes.

Meanwhile, the incumbent POTUS was only able to bring in less than $400,000.

And while the difference in the totals should be reason enough for concern on Team Biden, the news gets even better for Trump.

The Daily Caller reports that about half of Biden’s haul came from just 58 Minnesotans who made maximum donations.

In total, Biden only collected donations from 466 supporters – compared to Trump’s 1,317, nearly three times more donors than Biden can claim.

The campaign finance reports show a similar trend in the two campaign’s Political Action Committee (PAC) support.

Biden’s PAC, The Biden Victory Fund, did raise slightly more money than Trump’s Save America Joint Fundraising Committee in Minnesota, $1,184,287 to $954,828.

However, it was a single $350,000 donation from a PepsiCo board member that gave Biden’s PAC the edge.

When it came to small-dollar donations, Trump’s PAC, once again, dominated.

According to the Daily Caller’s report, the Save America Joint Fundraising Committee had nearly three times as many unique donors as The Biden Victory Fund.

Americans will find out next November if this indication of voters putting their money where their mouths are will translate into Trump winning Minnesota’s 10 electoral college votes.

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

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