MANCHESTER, NH – Saturday evening, over 60 community leaders gathered at New Hampshire’s St. Anslem’s Institute of Politics to attend Trump Victory’s first Vietnamese American Trump Victory Training in Manchester.
This first of its kind training focused on engaging New Hampshire’s Vietnamese-American community who are thriving thanks to President Trump’s pro-growth agenda that has created record low unemployment and more jobs. Featuring speeches from New Hampshire Republican Party Chairman Steve Stepanek and Trump Campaign Co-Chair Lou Gargiulo, the evening centered around learning more about the history of the Republican Party, a Trump Victory data presentation, and how the APA community can get involved ahead of 2020. This Trump Victory Leadership Initiative Training was the first TVLI training conducted in Vietnamese, emphasizing the focus Trump Victory has on reaching out and engaging with voters of all communities.
As the fastest growing ethnic group in our country, growing by at least 30% in every state from 2000 to 2010, Trump Victory is engaging Asian Pacific American communities nationwide. In addition to Asian Pacific Americans, Trump Victory is reaching out to a variety of groups, empowering these groups to engage and organize their neighbors and communities.
“Our team is training thousands of activists in battleground states across the country to ensure that we are ready and able to re-elect President Trump and Republicans up and down the ballot next November. Getting involved and exercising our right to vote is our way of showing our support for the party of freedom and our commitment to preserve and defend such freedom,” said Trump Victory Deputy Director of APA Media Affairs Chau Truong.
“New Hampshire has an active and engaged Vietnamese-American community who are passionate about supporting President Trump and Republican values. Asian Pacific Americans are succeeding under President Trump, and are ready to get involved with Trump Victory to keep their communities thriving and Keep America Great,” added RNC Spokesperson Nina McLaughlin.
Director of APA Media Affairs
Republican National Committee