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Users attempting to sign up in certain states early Monday were met with a maintenance message and urged to try again later, ‘Putting Farmers First’ opens to ‘Fertilizer Units to Boost Production’ etc While these are hardly groundbreaking navigation tools it is a welcome change to see the method being applied in a government website Some of the minister who have contributed blogs include Maneka Gandhi Radha Mohan Singh Harsimrat Kaur Badal DV Sadananda Gowda Suresh Prabhu and others This lends a personal touch and an informality which is further reinforced with video testimonials from beneficiaries of flagship government schemes In one of the clips for instance Karthik Chandrashekar of AIC-Sangam Innovation Foundations talks about Atal Innovation Mission and how it is helping entreprenuers The download centre has e-books flyers images print ads and clips that may be shared and downloaded The focus remains on key achievements in 48 months The site is pithy sexy colorful and takes an unconventional way to sharing statistics It works on a concept that bombarding the user with too many data at starting point might make it confusing and counterproductive The user might feel disinterested or overwhelmed Here the minimalistic yet sleek design attracts the casual as well as serious users People who have a short attention span might still feel interested to browse the information since it is presented in an appealing way (and may feel encouraged to explore more) while researchers journalists policymakers and other interested citizens may feel relieved at the clutter-free presentation that allows them to dig deep and access data without wasting huge amount of time in navigation (This story corrects name to Jeremy Messina not Jimmy Messina in last paragraph) By Peter Eisler Ned Parker and Julia Harte SPRINGFIELD Mo (Reuters) – In rally after rally President Donald Trump exhorts throngs of red-hatted supporters to treat next week’s congressional elections as a referendum on Trumpism and the grass-roots movement that swept him to power “You’re voting for me in 2018” Trump told a raucous crowd in a late September appearance for Republican candidates in Missouri “You’re voting for me” The plea speaks to the challenge facing the president and his supporters: With Democrats threatening to take over the House of Representatives and key governors’ offices the success of his legislative agenda over the next two years hinges on whether he can energize his backers around candidates who are not named Trump This year’s election is the first real test of whether the coalition behind Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan can evolve from a diffuse personality-driven following to an organised political force able to boost candidates outside his electoral strongholds Reuters surveyed officials from 18 Republican campaigns analysed data from polling partner Ipsos and interviewed dozens of candidates strategists and Trump supporters to assess the reach and influence of the president’s self-styled “MAGA Movement” ahead of the elections United behind Trump’s “America First” agenda of tighter borders protectionist economic policies and unilateralist diplomacy the MAGA coalition swept up 2016 voters who felt ignored by Washington and welcomed Trump’s vows to upend its institutions Today it attracts Tea Party conservatives evangelical Christians gun rights advocates and working-class voters drawn to Trump’s outsider persona Trump’s populist base is firmly established in the mostly southern and western parts of the country where he’s most popular MAGA supporters turn out in force for Trump-backed candidates in those areas boosting them in opinion polls and volunteering for their campaigns In some cases they have taken control of state party machines harnessing their infrastructure and money for candidates in Trump’s mould But outside of Trump’s strongholds the influence of MAGA supporters is more pocketed especially in Rust Belt states such as Pennsylvania and Ohio and the upper Midwest So while Trump loyalists can tip the scales in specific US House districts in those areas they have done less to boost Trump-backed candidates in statewide contests for governor and US Senate With no central organization and little regard for Republican hierarchies MAGA enthusiasts agitate largely through social media and Internet forums such as Facebook and Reddit the social networking site In dozens of interviews Reuters found their willingness to back local campaigns often has less to do with party loyalty than with helping Trump “The 2018 elections will be a test of how popular Trump is how popular his policies are did we organise well or do we need to do better and improve things for 2020” said Scott Presler a MAGA activist in Virginia Beach Virginia Among the 18 Trump-endorsed Republicans running for Senate or governor in states where Trump won the presidential race by more than 10 percentage points in 2016 more than 80 percent are ahead in opinion polls based on data aggregated by RealClearPolitics and 538com non-partisan websites that gather polling from multiple sources Yet among the 16 Trump-backed candidates for Senate or governor in states where he won by fewer than 10 points just four – a quarter – are polling ahead `LEANING ON THEIR SHOVELS’ The challenge is starkest where Trump-backed candidates are trying to flip governors’ offices and Senate seats held by Democrats Reuters found In states where Trump won by double digits in 2016 two of the five candidates he has endorsed in races for Democrat-held Senate and governors’ seats are leading in the polls and two others are within a few points But in states where Trump won by less than 10 points all six candidates he has endorsed in races for Democratic seats are behind in recent polls five of them by at least 10 points Through much of the campaign season Trump supporters in many places were “leaning on their shovels” because they were over-confident of victory Steve Bannon a former Trump adviser and campaign strategist told Reuters MAGA loyalists have grown more energized in recent weeks realizing Trump’s agenda “would come grinding to a halt” if Democrats capture the US House Bannon added “You’ve seen the establishment and the hardcore anti-establishment in the Trump base all come together” The president remains enormously popular with that base – Reuters/Ipsos polling gives him an 84 percent approval rate among Republicans – and more than two-thirds of those who voted for him in 2016 say they identify with MAGA ideals Yet their views diverge on what MAGA means: while more than half equate it with strengthening the economy and tightening borders upwards of a quarter say MAGA simply means “Donald Trump” (Graphic: https://tmsnrtrs/2RuhKTv) That raises questions about the future of MAGA once Trump leaves office A TEST IN TENNESSEE On Oct 1 Trump whipped up a crowd of nearly 10000 at a rally supporting Marsha Blackburn’s US Senate campaign in Tennessee where Trump won in 2016 by 26 points “A vote for Marsha is really a vote for me and everything that we stand for” he told the audience Soon after opinion polls showed Blackburn a US House member pulling ahead of her Democratic opponent former two-term governor Phil Bredesen “We knew President Trump would be an extraordinary surrogate in East Tennessee" Republican Party spokesman Garren Shipley told Reuters Bredesen’s campaign dismissed the polls: “The only poll that matters is on election day” said spokeswoman Alyssa Hansen On Oct 10 the president held another rally 500 miles (800 km) away with a similar message for Lou Barletta’s US Senate campaign in Pennsylvania where Trump eked out a one-point victory in 2016 “I need you” Trump told the crowd “Vote for Lou” It was Trump’s second rally with Barletta since August But Barletta also a US House member trails incumbent Democratic Senator Bob Casey and has remained behind by more than 10 points in polls The divergent fortunes of Blackburn and Barletta reflect the challenge in harnessing Trump’s MAGA coalition Following Trump’s victory in 2016 Tennessee’s Republican establishment embraced his agenda and welcomed his supporters Many are volunteering now for Blackburn and other Trump-backed candidates helping with phone banks neighbourhood canvassing and other get-out-the-vote efforts The state party leaders who didn’t support Trump initially have “figured out they have to help him” says Todd Fowler who heads the local party in Johnson City Tennessee and serves on the state party’s executive committee “Tennessee likes what he’s doing” In Pennsylvania where Trump’s 2016 win was razor-thin his support is mostly concentrated in rural and working-class areas Polls show Trump’s pick for governor Scott Wagner running well behind incumbent Democratic Governor Tom Wolf Trump is drawing people to congressional campaigns in Pennsylvania but they are coming “very tentatively” says Eugene Sorrentino 76 a retired power company technician and member of the local Republican committee in Erie Pennsylvania Sorrentino recently staffed a welcome tent set up by the party at a county fair and “all I heard was requests for Trump paraphernalia” he said The congressional races “weren’t on their agenda” he added ‘TRUMP BUMP’ In Trump’s strongholds his ability to help candidates goes beyond a bounce in the polls Nearly all the Trump-backed campaigns contacted by Reuters reported a surge of volunteer activism – a “Trump bump” – after the president’s endorsement In Western Pennsylvania a corner where Trump is enormously popular US Representative Mike Kelly says his campaign relies heavily on MAGA volunteers Kelly’s district redrawn this year includes counties where Trump won by as much as 20 points in 2016 according to PlanScoreorg a nonpartisan group Trump provides “that shot of adrenaline you need from time to time” Kelly told Reuters as he prepared to join the president for an Oct 10 rally in Erie One engine for turning out Trump’s base in his stronghold regions is America First Action a “Super PAC” allowed to spend unlimited amounts of money on elections The group has spent more than $26 million on phone messaging and advertising in five battleground Senate races – Arizona Montana Indiana Missouri and North Dakota – and across 11 congressional districts in Texas Minnesota Maine Michigan West Virginia New York Pennsylvania Nevada and North Carolina It is run by Trump loyalists and relies on big donations from Republican Party stalwarts including casino magnates Sheldon Adelson and Steve Wynn and mining engineer and businessman Robert Murray In an Oct 1 memo White House political director Bill Stepian advised congressional campaigns that the best way to capture MAGA support is to align “closely clearly and boldly” with Trump The president he wrote is “ready willing and able to put the power and force of his coalition to work for the candidates with whom he stands and who stand with him” At the national level Republican Party officials have fallen in line and embraced the president routinely echoing Trump’s nationalist campaign themes But for candidates in areas where the president doesn’t dominate the electorate embracing Trump has mixed success In Florida where Trump prevailed by one point in 2016 he endorsed Republican gubernatorial candidate and die-hard supporter Ron DeSantis before the party primary But now in a state that hasn’t elected a Democratic governor in 20 years DeSantis is polling slightly behind in the general election contest against Andrew Gillum the Democratic mayor of Tallahassee Some Republican candidates in areas with moderate voters who view Trump less favourably have steered clear of the president a Reuters analysis found last month PARTY TAKEOVER MAGA supporters have become a force in many state party offices including some states outside the president’s established southern and western strongholds In Ohio a swing state where Trump won by eight points in 2016 the state Republican Party selected Jane Timken a Trump friend and loyalist to take over as chairwoman in the wake of the election In Nevada where Democrat Hillary Clinton won the 2016 presidential vote the state Republican Party has launched weekly events such as MAGA Mondays and Trump Tuesdays to attract the president’s supporters Rochelle Swanson 30 a MAGA activist in Reno who began posting pro-Trump articles and interviewing local Republican candidates on social media was asked by a party official in July to help with voter outreach She now aligns her social media and canvassing with the party’s messaging she says and “there is good unity happening” Yet even as MAGA supporters have become woven into the fabric of the Republican Party many acknowledge it will be a challenge to preserve their coalition and continue shaping US politics once Trump leaves office In a Reuters/Ipsos poll earlier this month more than a quarter of Trump voters said they did not know who would carry Trump’s vision if he leaves politics “I don’t think anybody could take Trump’s spot” said Jeremy Messina a MAGA activist in upstate New York who runs a political advertising media company “I don’t see it” (Reporting by Julia Harte Ned Parker and Peter Eisler; Additional reporting by Chris Kahn Jason Lange and Nathan Layne; Editing by Ross Colvin) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed you tried to take a look at President Donald Trumps Twitter account yesterday, when a reddit user posted a link to the website of the Citizen Science Soil Collection Program, Ortega’s surprise decision in April to slash pension benefits to cover a widening social security gap triggered the deadly confrontations,According to the report, by making posters and sharing stories about their two classmates.

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