Will the Amish come through again to help Trump win?
Pennsylvania and Ohio host the largest population of Amish in the United States with nearly 100,000 Amish residents each, and that number is skyrocketing because the average Amish family has 6-8 children.
When Amish vote, they vote pro-life, pro-religious freedom and for less government regulation on their farms and businesses. The latest study has shown that 90% of registered Amish voters are Republicans, and less than 2% are Democrats (the remainder are registered Independents).
That's where Amish PAC comes in. The objective of our Plain Voter Project is to drive up Amish voter registration and turnout in key swing states like PA and OH while changing attitudes when it comes to voting.
Newt Gingrich -- a friend of Amish PAC -- said it best: "The group that most deserves credit for turning out the Amish vote is Amish PAC. On Election Day 2016, Amish PAC's army of volunteers knocked on the doors of nearly every registered Amish voter throughout Lancaster County and offered rides to the polls."
Amish PAC is back again for 2020. Will you help us turn out the Amish vote?