Michael Bloomberg opens campaign headquarters in three states

Offices have begun work in the States of Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg, who previously announced his entry into the US presidential race from the Democratic Party, opened campaign offices in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. They are among the key in the presidential election, according to a statement released by Bloomberg’s campaign headquarters.

“For us, the only way to defeat [US President Donald] Trump in November is to launch election campaigns in “swing states” (States where the level of popularity of democratic and Republican candidates is traditionally approximately equal) across the country now. This is what we are doing, the politician said. It was the votes of voters in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania that helped Trump win the election in 2016.

Bloomberg, 77, served as mayor of New York City from 2002 to 2013. He is also known as a philanthropist and founder of the financial news Agency of the same name. Michael Bloomberg announced his intention to enter the fight for the nomination in the 59th us presidential election, which will be held on November 3, 2020, last month.

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