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The Trump Campaign Hits a Major Milestone Ahead of the 2020 Election

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It's a little over halfway through January and President Donald Trump's reelection campaign hit a major goal: the campaign has already knocked on one million doors. 

Not only was the man who opened the door excited to learn that he was the one-millionth door that was knocked on, but he pledged to vote to reelect President Trump during the New Hampshire Primary on Feb. 11th.

The Republican National Committee (RNC) and the Trump Victory Campaign have worked hard at building voter data. The RNC invested more than $350 million in data that tracks key issues in every state, which allows their data and analytics team to closely monitor electorates and the issues that are important to them. 

The data is provided to campaigns at the federal, state and local levels free of charge. The only thing the RNC asks for in return: for Republicans across the country to keep the data up-to-date when they knock on doors and phone bank.

According to Bill Skelly, CEO of Causeway Solutions, a leader in the data field, the RNC's information is "unmatched."

“I work with RNC voter data every day and the quality and breadth of information is unmatched. The data is refreshed daily with information collected through the tireless efforts of RNC-led volunteers, activists and campaigns out there making phone calls and knocking on the doors of real voters in real time," Skelly told Townhall. "As a result, Republicans have an extremely valuable asset that their Democrat counterparts are rightly jealous of."

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