In November, the wildly popular President Trump won the state of Ohio with 3.1 million votes. Trump scored more votes than any previous presidential candidate in the state’s history. Not since WWII has the state of Ohio gone for a presidential candidate who didn’t ultimately win the general election. But then again, there were quite a few unexplainable anomalies in the November election that propelled a very unpopular Democrat Party candidate who campaigned from his basement to the White House with more votes than any other presidential candidate in history.
Now, a couple of Ohio State Representatives would like to honor the wildly popular president by making June 14th President Donald John Trump day.
According to the Cincinnatti Enquirer – Republican Reps. Jon Cross of Kenton and Reggie Stoltzfus of Paris Township sent an email to their House colleagues Friday asking them to cosponsor an upcoming bill “to celebrate one of the greatest presidents in American history.”
“Let’s show the 3,154,834 Ohio voters who cast their ballot to re-elect Donald J. Trump that we as a legislature recognize the accomplishments of his administration,” according to the request for co-sponsors.
June 14 is President Trump’s birthday.
39 other states celebrate former presidents by dedicating a day in their honor. Currently, 40 other states celebrate former presidents’ birthdays, including a day for Ronald Reagan in CA.
Trump made several visits to Ohio, as he remained laser-focused on American manufacturing. He also held massive rallies in Ohio leading up to the election. Ohio residents lined the streets in advance of his visits, hoping to get a glimpse of the very popular president and to show him their support.
In Rocky River, Ohio, Trump-supporting homeowners made no secret of their love for their candidate.
Like Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, Trump had massive support from the states where Democrats mocked American manufacturing and fracking, which helped keep the middle class afloat. Maybe more lawmakers should be pushing for the same legislation in these states?