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Evangelical group Faith & Freedom, led by Ralph Reed, to spend $62M on Trump get out the vote effort

Spending is $10 million more than the group spent four years ago, in 2020 election cycle

Published: March 11, 2024 9:13am

Updated: March 11, 2024 9:15am

The Faith & Freedom Coalition, the prominent evangelical advocacy group led by Ralph Reed, is reportedly planning to spend $62 million this election cycle to help likely GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump get elected. 

The money will go toward registering and turning out evangelical voters, according to Politico. And such efforts will include door knocking and texting and calling supporters.

The spending is $10 million more than the group spent four years ago, in the 2020 election cycle.

“In terms of home visits and voters reached at the door, to my knowledge it’s the largest effort on the right outside of the Republican National Committee ever,” Reed, also a longtime Republican strategist and Trump ally, told Politico.

The initiative also reportedly includes handing out 30 million pieces of literature in 125,000 churches, many of them in battleground states.

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