Texas, the state with the highest per capita death rate in the nation, is preparing to see the arrival of the rally fighter.
A few weeks ago, Gov.
Greg Abbott announced plans to spend $2.8 million to put the car on the road, but that figure is expected to be cut by $100,000 as the campaign ramps up to a nationwide television and radio push.
That is about the same amount that will be spent on the campaign’s online ads, which have already surpassed $50 million.
The campaign will also be rolling out a slew of radio ads, including one with actor Kevin Bacon as the narrator.
“The campaign is going to be very aggressive in the campaign,” said Mike O’Connell, the campaign director for the Texas Association of Counties.
We’re not going to get everyone. “
Our goal is to get more people to show up in our rallies.
We’re not going to get everyone.
We want to get as many people as possible to show that Texas has a place in America.”
But that means Texas is looking at a lot of logistical challenges.
There will be no way to bring the rally car into the state for the campaign rally, which will be held in the Dallas suburb of Frisco, with about 5,000 attendees expected.
In order to get it into the city of Friscos seat of power, the car will need to be shipped in from Texas and will need a special permit from the city.
The campaign has yet to name the exact location of the Texas rally.
O’Connor said he’s confident the campaign will be able to get the car to Dallas within the next month.
“We’re hoping to get in there early in August or early September,” he said.
“But it’s not a given.”
The rally car is not just about the rally, though.
The Texas Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence is also looking to build a strong bond with its supporters, especially those who will be going to the rally.
“One of the things we’re trying to do is to reach out to our supporters that might not be able make the trip because of a lot other issues,” O’Donnell said.
The Texas Campaign is also taking a cue from the rallies of other conservative states.
The state of South Carolina recently rolled out a gun-control program that has allowed some gun owners to bring firearms to events.
“If you’re looking to do that and you’re a gun owner, we’d like to make sure you have a way to do it safely,” O`Connell said.
In addition to the new car, the Texas Campaign has set up a website for gun owners.
A link for gun buyers will be posted on the site, and the campaign hopes to connect gun owners with other gun owners in the state.
“It’s going to look a lot like what the NRA does, and it’s going, ‘Hey, you know, I know about the gun-rights folks here and I’m sure we can help them,'” O’Brien said.
“I hope that people will come to our rallies and maybe we can show that we have something here that we can offer to people,” OConnell added.
“In the meantime, we will continue to educate our supporters on what they can do and help them do that,” OCC said.