(Lifezette) Republican National Committee officials and GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s deputy campaign manager said Friday that their unorthodox joint field operation is paying dividends, cutting into the Democrats’ traditional advantage in early voting.
Trump decided early in the cycle, when he largely was self-funding his campaign, that he essentially would outsource to the national party the get-out-the-vote (GOTV) logistics normally shared by the campaign and party apparatus.
"The Trump campaign and the RNC have been working very closely together in every aspect of voter targeting and turnout," deputy campaign manager David Bossie said Friday in a conference call with reporters. "And there has been no daylight between the Trump campaign and the RNC. We have been an incredible team working together. I’m really happy to see the results of this."
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