Great America PAC Concludes Battleground Bus Tour With Appearance At Donald Trump Event In Raleigh, North Carolina Per Co-Chair Eric Beach

Great America PAC, the leading independent Pro-Trump Super PAC, announced their Battleground State Bus Tour concludes today with a final stop in Raleigh at Donald Trump’s last campaign event in North Carolina. Starting last week, the Great American PAC Bus Tour featured a star-studded lineup that included Actor Jon Voight, Sheriff David Clarke, Mike Huckabee, Dorothy Woods, Larry Elder, Mike Gallagher, and others to rally support and drive GOTV efforts in battleground states. The tour included 10 stops, starting in Nevada then moving through Colorado, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, and North Carolina.

“It’s been an incredible final push and it feels great to end our Battleground State Bus Tour at one of Donald Trump’s final campaign events,” said Eric Beach, Co-Chair of the committee. “Our team has worked extremely hard to support Donald Trump the past 10 months and I could not be more proud of our effort. When Donald Trump makes history tomorrow, we know our relentless campaign to support him will have played an important role in the victory.”

Great America PAC’s final push has included this Battleground State Bus Tour through swing states with a multi-pronged $9 million independent expenditure in support of Donald Trump’s candidacy for President. The program includes TV, radio, and digital campaigns. In addition, Great America PAC’s campaign offices in those states, established earlier in the campaign, have been working hard as they push to turn out voters on Election Day.

Great America PAC is the premiere Pro-Trump Super PAC led by veteran Republican strategist, Ed Rollins. The group has raised and spent over $30 million in support of Donald Trump’s candidacy, broadcasting more than 20,000 TV spots and 300,000 radio ads, secured over 250,000 contributors, built a file of millions of active, newly engaged Trump supporters across the country, placed over 10 million phone calls, and sent over 2.5 million pieces of mail.