Malheur County residents sound off on 2020 presidential election

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VALE – President Donald Trump announced his bid for reelection last week and while he is deeply unpopular in some parts of the nation, he is admired by a large swath of Malheur County. 

The county voted overwhelmingly for Trump in the 2016 election.

“He did quite well in our area and I would not look for that to change much,” said John Gaskill, the chairman of the Malheur County Republican Central Committee.

Through interviews and feedback via Facebook, many voters believe Trump not only will be reelected but should spend another four years in the White House.

“He is conservative, and he is not a politician and he is getting things done and he means what he says,” said Norm Crume, an Ontario city councilor. 

Trump announced his intention . . .