Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, which has faced doubts about its ability to translate enthusiasm into votes, in the past few weeks quietly signed an agreement allowing it to use the Republican National Committee’s massive voter file, POLITICO has learned.
The list-sharing agreement, which reveals a new level of cooperation between the GOP and its surprise front-runner, could be highly beneficial to both sides.
For the Trump campaign, it means access to a database containing a trove of information on more than 200 million Americans, which can be used to power a get-out-the-vote effort. And for the RNC, it means that any information Trump collects from his supporters, many of whom are not traditional Republicans, will be fed back into the database for future use by the party and its candidates.
The agreement, which was confirmed by multiple sources, is similar to one signed by the campaigns of most of the candidates for the GOP nomination.
But it is more notable for Trump, both because the billionaire real estate showman continues to spar with the party and because critics have increasingly questioned whether his campaign has assembled the infrastructure considered necessary to capitalize on his strong poll numbers in key early states.
2.) I think it would be great if we all created a list of things we want fixed. I have mentioned this in another post. Yes Trump has integrity. I feel his heart is 100% with the real America.
3.) This doesn't bother me a bit and I think it's a smart move on his part. That way he will be able to see if there's been any voter fraud by seeing how many potential votes he would get in case he's railroaded on the count. If it comes down to him losing they can check how many of the people on the list actually voted. And although it's done by secret ballot I'm sure if there's a recount called for the people (like me) will have no problem telling them that he got my vote.
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