Less than 72 hours after his nationally televised debate with Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton, Republican Presidential nominee Donald J. Trump will rally supporters on Wednesday at the Lakeland Linder Regional Airport Sheltair Hanger.
“Doors to the Sheltair Hanger will open at 12 noon with Donald Trump arriving around 3 p.m.,” Airport Director Gene Conrad told South Florida Reporter. “Thousands are expected for what is expected to be an hour speech.”
Long a swing state with 29 of the 270 electoral votes needed to win; Florida is an important part of Trump’s strategy to turn out large numbers of voters.
“Let’s elect Donald J. Trump the 45th President of the United States and Make America Great Again!” Dr. Rob Martin of Boynton Beach told South Florida Reporter. “I had the opportunity to watch our next President in Melbourne and am thrilled at the experience.”
“I’m fully supportive of Donald Trump,” state Senator Kelli Stargel, (R-Lakeland), told South Florida Reporter. “He’s the guy who will beat Hillary Clinton.” Stargel is expected to speak at the rally on Wednesday.
Tickets are available to the general public on a first come, first served basis, with a limit of two per mobile device.
“I’m excited to support Donald Trump as the Republican nominee for President,” state Rep. Neil Combee (R-Polk City), told South Florida Reporter. “This is the perfect opportunity to meet fellow Trump supporters and rally behind our next President.”