President Trump, Vice President Pence Accept Nominations

The convention’s roll call vote was a mere formality.

In an in-person roll call vote at the Republican Party convention, President Donald Trump was officially renominated to represent the party on the ballot in the November 3 presidential election, with Mike Pence renominated as vice presidential candidate.

Both men appeared at the in-person convention in Charlotte and accepted their respective nominations.

President Trump said, “This is the most important election in the history of our country.” He laid out some of the items that would be on his agenda if he were to be elected for four more years.

Vice President Pence thanked the delegates “for the honor of this day” and then set out the case for why he and the president should be re-elected.

The coronavirus has put a damper on the conventions of both major political parties; but both have been able to rally their bases, attempt to persuade undecided voters, and lay out widely different plans.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For President Trump and Vice President Pence to be safe and remain well while on the campaign trail.
  • For voters who will be reviewing the claims and promises of candidates on both sides of the divergent political spectrum before casting their votes in November.
  • For the officials overseeing the election to process ballots accurately and with integrity.

Sources: The Hill, New York Times


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