Sunday, November 10, 2019

Team Ritchie - It happened, Mr. Trump

On Monday, President Trump hopped on Air Force One, flew to Kentucky for a pre-election rally, and said this to the Lexington crowd:
"Here's the story," Trump told thousands of supporters ahead of Tuesday's election. "If you win, they are going to make it like, ho hum. And if you lose, they are going to say Trump suffered the greatest defeat in the history of the world. You can't let that happen to me!"
It happened, Mr. Trump. Thanks to some awesome grassroots organizing, Kentuckians sent one of the worst governors in the country packing Tuesday night — soundly rejecting Trump’s divisive brand of politics in the process. THAT’S the power movements have to bring change.
And it wasn’t just Kentucky. In Virginia, we took back control of the House of Delegates for the first time in 20 years. Democrats now control the governorship and both chambers of the state legislature, a sight unseen since 1993. Even in New York, voters across the city solidified the progress being made on an agenda that benefits working families.
But these victories don’t just happen, team. It takes a strong movement to spread our positive vision for working families — and grassroots campaigns like mine depend on supporters like you for the resources needed to do that.
With less than a year to go before Election Day 2020, we’re working to build a movement capable of beating the ten other candidates in this race. 

Paid for by Ritchie Torres for Congress


We have to wonder if Councilman Torres knows just whom he is running against? 
Is he is running against Donald Trump for President, or up to ten other candidates for the 15th Congressional District? 

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