Presidential Candidate Ryan Binkley Completes Full Grassley Tour, Visits All 99 Counties in Iowa
Presidential candidate Ryan Binkley has officially visited every single county in Iowa as of Friday to spread his vision for a brighter future. The venues and crowds during his campaign have varied greatly, ranging from lavish Lincoln Dinners packed with powerful people to simple barns with just a few farmers sitting on folding chairs. However, his message has remained consistent throughout all his visits.
“We have been sharing this message all over Iowa that this campaign is about the freedom of our nation and the freedom for the next generation,” Binkley said. “It’s time to end the division in our party and America, to really reach out to the most hurting in our country. The world is watching us,” Binkley said Tuesday from Corning, Iowa.
After visiting the Veterans Memorial in Corning, Binkley’s fifth stop of the day, he concluded his visit to Adams County, where he had met with voters to hear their concerns. This was his 95th county, since he started his campaign in Dallas. Binkley plans to celebrate his 99th county meet and greet on Friday in Adair County. He will have a party at the Renaissance Des Moines Savery Hotel, which is also the venue for this weekend’s Young Republican National Federation Fall Conference.
Binkley has been campaigning tirelessly for the past five months, visiting all 99 counties in the state. This tour is called the Full Grassley Tour, named after Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley’s tradition of visiting each county. Binkley has invested a lot of his time, money and resources in this endeavor.
“It’s been an emotionally difficult journey for Ryan,” said Binkley Campaign Manager Heath Flock. “It’s a big accomplishment. Those small rural counties are difficult. Sometimes it’s only a few people, but the mountain is moving.”
According to a recent poll conducted in Iowa, Binkley’s popularity has doubled, placing him in sixth position and surpassing Doug Burgum and Asa Hutchinson. He is now tied with Chris Christie. Binkley’s campaign has received contributions from over 70,000 individual donors. He has officially qualified for the primary ballot in the early states of Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina. The campaign is currently gathering signatures and submitting filing fees to ensure Binkley’s name appears on the ballot in all 50 states.
“We’re looking to finish in the top four in the Iowa caucuses in January,” Binkley said. “We’re going to keep pushing ahead, showing the world that first in the nation matters, in Iowa and in New Hampshire.”
Binkley, a successful CEO and pastor, has been receiving enthusiastic applause across Iowa for his plans to reform the economy, improve healthcare, and strengthen border security.
“Right now, we’re losing our freedoms,” Binkley said. “It’s time for us to unite and solve our biggest problems together.”
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