WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Donald Trump has officially endorsed Lynda Bennett for the congressional primary in North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District to replace former Congressman, now White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.
Please let this serve as my Complete and Total Endorsement of a great fighter and ally in North Carolina, @LyndaBennettNC. She is strong on Crime, Borders, Military, our Great Vets & 2A. She will be a great help to me in DC. EARLY VOTING STARTS TODAY. We need Lynda Bennett! #NC11
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 4, 2020
Early voting is open, and the election is scheduled for June 23. While the world has been focused on Pandemic Panic, protests, and riots, the best opportunity for affecting real influence are the elections in which we get to cast a vote for who represents us as communities and constituents.
Bennett, who was endorsed by the House Freedom Caucus and Meadows, has presented a conservative candidacy and principles to earn those endorsements. A friend of the Meadows family, Bennett has been accused of getting a fast pass to congress. However, considering the relationship a little more should help voters have more confidence that this candidate has and lives the same values.
November of this year maybe the most important election of our lives; 2020 is certainly a time of consequence in which the chosen path forward is of the highest consequence. That starts on June 23 with selecting the Republican for the 11th Congressional District, and early voting is open now.