RNC Doubles Down on the Upcoming Election, Promotes Early Voting

The Republican National Committee is set to have Joe out of the White House, come 2024. They’ll do it by any means necessary, including opening voting for the 2024 election this year.

The campaign, aptly named “Bank Your Vote,“ allows Republican voters to lock in their votes as early as possible, giving their favorite candidates an upper hand in the upcoming election and securing a win against the Democrats.

We’re not looking to have a replay of 2020

On top of this, early voting helps fend off any potential interference in the election.

The votes cast long before the election cycle even begins will be accounted for and we won’t be seeing something like the 2020 election happen once more.

Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel assured the early votes are necessary in order to beat Joe Biden and his team of lackeys in 2024. She added the banking of these early votes should be every Republican’s priority, at this point.

Leaders of the campaign appointed Rep. Byron Donalds of Florida and Senator Bill Hagerty of Tennessee to co-chair this miraculous initiative. There is already a website set up to help patriotic Republicans cast their votes.

Donalds also chimed in by praising the initiative, claiming the technology being used and the safeguards in place will completely secure the process. They’ll give the right-leaning crowd the victory in the 2024 presidential race.

Nothing wrong with being early

That being said, certain Republicans openly criticized those against the practice of early voting, mainly due to the possibility of it hindering the party’s chances when the election comes.

McDaniel spoke up against the opponents of early voting.

If Democrats get their ballots in early for over a month, Republican need to make sure we have an upper hand in that situation. No one can expect everything to be done in a single day.

No matter how you look at it, there’s nothing wrong with casting an early vote, especially if you already know who your candidate will be.