Indian-American supporters of the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump have launched the traditional door-to-door campaign, arguing that this mode of campaigning is still an effective tool to win people's heart ahead of the November 8 general elections.
Volunteers of Indian-Americans for Trump 2016 started old-fashioned campaigning to sell Donald Trump and his agenda for American president among perspective voters in New Jersey's Mercer and Monmouth counties, a media release said.
AD Amar, president, Indian-Americans for Donald Trump was joined by political activist Satya Dosapati Narayana, West Windsor Township Republican Committeeperson Rimma Rosenberg, Mercer County Republican Committee Second Vice Chair Colleen DiPastina and her husband and Monmouth County Republican State Committeeman John Costigan and his wife, the media release said.
"The campaigners presented evidence in the form of past behavior to convince the voters why Hillary Clinton will not be a good president and why Trump will be good. With a few exceptions, they hope they changed minds of some voters," the media release said.