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RNC Launches ‘Bank Your Vote Effort’ in Florida for 2024 Election

This week, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel announced Florida’s state buildout for “Bank Your Vote” and launched the State Leadership Team. Bank Your Vote encourages voters to pledge to “bank” their vote before Election Day.

“To beat Joe Biden and Florida Democrats in 2024, we must ensure that Republicans bank as many pre-Election Day votes as possible. The RNC is proud to work with Republican leaders across the state to encourage voters to Bank Your Vote and deliver Republican victories up and down the ballot next November,” said McDaniel.

U.S. Sen. Bill Hagerty, R-Tenn., and U.S. Rep. Byron Donalds, R-Fla., will co-chair the national effort.

“I am proud to co-chair the RNC’s efforts to activate Republicans to ‘Bank Your Vote’ before Election Day. With innovative technology to educate voters and safeguards in place to secure the process, Republicans are prepared to win up-and-down the ballot in 2024,” said Donalds.

Ahead of 2024, the Bank Your Vote operation is leveraging the full infrastructure of the RNC, the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF), and other outlets in a data driven ground game to encourage, educate, and activate Republican voters on when, where, and how to lock in their votes as early as possible. In addition to staff and a statewide volunteer network, Florida will have a state-specific voter resource page at FL.BankYourVote.com, which includes important dates, pre-Election Day voting processes, links to state government sites where voters can learn more about voting early, and options for voters to sign up to receive digital reminders for pre-Election Day voting options.

“Floridians are ready to retire Joe Biden and send a Republican majority to the United States Senate. To deliver victories for the full Republican slate next November, I am all in on ‘Bank Your Vote’ to ensure Republicans know when, where, and how to lock-in their vote as early as possible,” said U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., who is up for reelection next year.

“The success achieved by the Republican Party in Florida can be attributed to bold leadership by our elected officials and strong execution by the grassroots warriors in the state party. Florida’s focus on voter registration, winning the early vote, driving turnout on Election Day and protecting our vote along every step of the way, has led to incredible registration gains, flipping our state red and achieving historic wins at the ballot box. Now, as we approach 2024, we are excited to work with the RNC to roll out our ‘Bank Your Vote’ efforts in Florida, which will further stress the strategic importance of voting early,” said RPOF Chairman Christian Ziegler

From elected officials to grassroots leaders, the Florida Bank Your Vote Leadership Team is comprised of Republicans from across the state:

Elected Officials
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio
U.S. Senator Rick Scott
Congresswoman Kat Cammack
Congressman Cory Mills
Congresswoman Anna Paulina Luna
Congressman Byron Donalds, National Bank Your Vote Campaign Co-Chair
Congressman Carlos Giminez
Lt. Governor Jeanette Nunez

Republican National Committee
State Chairman Christian Ziegler
National Committeeman Peter Feaman
National Committeewoman Kathy King

Election Integrity
Congresswoman Laurel Lee, former Secretary of State
State Senator Joe Gruters, former RPOF Chairman
RPOF EI Committee Chair Sharon Demers

Grassroots
Orange County GOP Chair Erin Huntley

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