DULUTH, MN. -- We are just 23 days from election day, and on Sunday morning, the 'Women for Trump' bus made a stop in Duluth, once again hoping that Minnesota will make history and turn red.
"This is the second time the women for trump bus tour has been in Minnesota really placing emphasis on how important and critical our state is," said Jennifer Carnahan, Republican Party of Minnesota Chairwoman.
The 'Women for Trump' event included South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, and Carnahan greeting a group of 50 people in Duluth.
"America is one big small town, and we need four more years of Donald Trump to keep it safe, keep us working, particularly during this pandemic," said Rutledge.
The three mentioned the amount of enthusiasm they are seeing for President Trump in the northland and across the country, they want to see it continue as we wind down towards election day.
"The boat parades, the vehicle parades we are seeing all over the roads. People gathering just to encourage others to get engaged and to vote and to make sure they are having their voices be heard," said Noem.
Ultimately hoping that Minnesota turns red for the first time in decades.
"These stops are important because if somebody is undecided, they don't necessarily know the issues and they want to find out a little bit more about people who do support President Trump, it gives them an opportunity to come to ask questions, hear some of our thoughts and to really help make their decision before they get to election day," said Noem.
Following their stop in Duluth, the bus headed north up to the Iron Range and over to Brainerd.
They will end in Western Minnesota tomorrow.