Final push for James Buchanan at MAGA rally

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SARASOTA – Hundreds filled Dolphin Aviation Sunday to show their support for President Trump’s “Make America Great Again” initiative, and the focus narrows.

“I’ve come here to honor two men that were in the original campaign for Donald Trump’s nomination to be president,” Trump Supporter Julie Brady said.

Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie wrote the book Let Trump Be Trump after working closely with the president during his campaign.

“…an amazing journey on the greatest campaign that our country has seen with a historic candidate,” Lewandowski said.

Even narrower – the focus on District 72 as the special election is looming, just two days away.

Everyone in the room had one goal.

“Dave and I are here to make sure one thing happens – that Buchanan goes to the State House and we don’t have another democrat in the office,” Lewandowski said.

Warning of the importance of getting to the polls, with a testimony from State Representative Jay Fant, who won his election by just two votes.

“So what am I saying? Every vote counts,” Fant said.

Especially for Buchanan, whose supporters say is in a neck-and-neck race.

“We’ll just have to see what happens, but I’m cautiously optimistic that the republican vote will come out on election day,” Brady said.

 

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Hallie Peilet
Hallie Peilet is an Indiana University graduate with a degree in broadcast journalism, and a minor in music. She has had experience in several media outlets. Previously, she interned for WCIU-TV in Chicago, learning about production and live reporting. During her senior year at IU, she worked as a reporter and anchor for her campus news station, and as a multimedia journalist for WTIU/WFIU, the PBS/NPR affiliate in Bloomington. She grew up just outside of Chicago in Munster, Indiana, and in her free time she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, discovering new music, and watching Chicago sports. If you have an idea for a story, e-mail her at hallie.peilet@snntv.com.