Ryan Binkley says at Iowa State Fair his campaign is growing and Trump isn’t the answer
Ryan Binkley had a level of anonymity Saturday at the Iowa State Fair that other Republican presidential candidates like Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis lacked, but Binkley said he expected a breakthrough for his campaign soon.
The Texas businessman and pastor told the Des Moines Register he knows “I’m not a nationally known brand yet,” but he hoped his message and priorities on national unity, the national debt, health care, immigration, border security and service — combined with spending time with as many voters as possible — would continue to build the momentum he said his campaign has been getting.
He said he’s gotten about 25,000 donors — 15,000 short of meeting the minimum requirement for the upcoming first Republican debate this month — but Binkley said his campaign has been averaging 2,800 to 3,000 new donors each day, which would put him on track to make the Aug. 23 GOP debate.
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