Seeking to Make America Great Again, Trump will compete in Maine
AUGUSTA – The Maine GOP today announced that businessman Donald J. Trump has officially qualified for the ballot for the Maine GOP Presidential Nominating Caucuses.
“Mr. Trump’s message, and expressed reason for running – to Make America Great Again – truly resonate here in Maine,” said Maine GOP Chairman Richard Bennett.
“Maine’s economy has suffered from job losses in bad trade deals and from government bureaucrats who sometimes don’t understand what it takes to create more opportunities and bigger paychecks, and Mr. Trump's message goes to the heart of these issues,” said Mr. Bennett. “We welcome Mr. Trump to the race, and we look forward to working with him and his team.”
"I greatly appreciate the professional service shown by the representatives of the state of Maine. It is my great honor to be on the ballot and I look forward to Making America Great Again," said Mr. Trump.
The Maine GOP Presidential Nominating Caucus will be held Saturday, March 5th, from 9 AM until 7 PM at sites across the state of Maine. Candidates will compete for a direct allocation of delegate votes to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, where the Republican candidate for President of the United States will be officially nominated.