PHOENIX — Less than 24 hours after republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence spoke in Mesa Thursday, the Trump-Pence campaign has announced its intention to distribute 30,000 yard signs throughout Arizona.
Campaign officials believe the circulation of this many signs will set a new state record. Trump-Pence Campaign Arizona State Director Brian Seitchik urged Arizonans to unite and take advantage of the campaign’s momentum throughout the state.
“This is an opportunity for Arizonans to come together with their fellow neighbors to prevent crooked Hillary from becoming President, with her caravan of ethical baggage from the Clinton Foundation,” Seitchik said in a press release.
Trump-Pence officials will kick off sign distribution with an event Saturday at the campaign’s Arizona headquarters near East McKellips Rd and North Horne in Mesa. The event will last from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and feature state party leaders and elected officials.
For more information on Saturday’s event or others like it throughout the state, visit the Arizona for Trump Facebook page.
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