President Donald Trump has announced the location of his first 2022 rally, revealing it will be held in the critical swing state of Arizona.
Trump said the rally will be held at the Country Thunder Festival Grounds in Florence, Arizona.
It is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. local time on Saturday, Jan. 15.
Trump-backed gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake who was leading in the polls will be on hand.
“President Trump is coming to Arizona! His first rally of 2022 will be in Florence, Arizona,” Lake tweeted.
“Arizona can’t wait to see our favorite president.”
Sat, January 15, 2022
07:00 pm (MST)
Doors Open: 02:00 pm
Country Thunder Festival Grounds
20585 E Water Way
Florence, AZ, 85132
Media Credentialing Closes At:
Fri, January 14, 2022
07:00 pm (MST)
A former TV news anchor endorsed by former President Donald Trump in the GOP primary for Arizona governor is leading in a new poll of the 2022 race there, the Washington Examiner reported Tuesday.
Kari Lake notched 28% support in a poll conducted by OH Predictive Insights — topping state treasurer Kimberly Yee, who came in third with 6%, and former Rep. Matt Salmon at 10%, the news outlet reported.
With the GOP primary more than eight months away, 51% of Republicans polled they were undecided.
The Washington Examiner reported Trump’s support with the GOP base has remained strong in Arizona, and Lake’s early lead reflects the power of his endorsement.
Trump announces his next rally…https://t.co/s23cEZ7cKI
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) December 31, 2021