Hillary Clinton and her band of merry leftists aren’t getting a whole lot of good news these days on the political front, and with a new report being released about voter registration, things aren’t looking too bright for the future either.
Republicans are quickly gaining on Democrats in voter registration in three key battleground states.
This will no doubt surprise Clinton and friends who likely thought they would easily have the upper hand in this area since Hillary’s a hardcore pandering leftist who just happens to be a woman.
According to the Associated Press, Republicans have gained ground on Democrats in registering voters in three battleground states and kept their razor-thin advantage in Iowa — encouraging news for Donald Trump eight weeks before Election Day.
Republicans added hundreds of thousands of voters to the rolls since 2012 in states including Florida and Arizona, and narrowed the gap in North Carolina, according to data compiled by The Associated Press. In Iowa, Republicans prevented Democrats from surpassing them, aided by a court ruling upholding a ban on voting by ex-felons, who often register as Democrats.
As Election Day approaches, voter registration drives are in full swing.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is staging registration rallies and appealing in particular to non-whites and young people, who are more likely to vote early — if they vote at all. Trump is relying mostly on a base of white voters, urging supporters to be vigilant for voter fraud and “rigging.”
“The Clinton campaign cannot come close to our output,” said Sean Spicer, the Republican National Committee’s chief strategist, in a campaign memorandum Monday.
The latest registration numbers aren’t an assurance of new voters for Trump. Some changes reflect those who have died and been removed from the list, while others are inactive, not having voted in recent elections. In Florida, newly registered Hispanics are turning against the Republican nominee, stung by his anti-immigrant rhetoric. And Democrats historically have done well in signing up new voters in the final stretch.
Sure, these new numbers don’t translate into votes for Trump, but they certainly don’t look promising for Hillary either.
Even among liberals Hillary is unpopular, as most folks by now are aware she cannot be trusted or relied upon for anything of any significance.
This means the election may not be as one-sided as folks in the leftist media once believed.
Maybe, just maybe, there are some folks in this great nation of ours who are finally starting to wake up and acknowledge that liberalism is destroying our country?
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]