Steps to Buy Tickets for Save America Rally in Prescott Valley, Arizona

Steps to Buy Tickets for Save America Rally in Prescott Valley, Arizona

On Saturday, July 16, the “Save America” event will take place at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley. Former President Donald Trump will travel to Arizona this weekend to campaign for voters ahead of the state’s primaries. Trump is likely to rally his fans in support of his preferred candidates during the current Jan. 6 hearings for his role in the fatal Capitol Insurgency. President Donald Trump’s Save America event in Prescott Valley, Arizona, on Saturday will feature MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake as prominent guest speakers.Save America RallyAccording to a statement posted Wednesday by Trump’s Save America PAC, other speakers will include Blake Masters, Trump-endorsed candidate for U.S. Senate, Abe Hamadeh, Trump-endorsed candidate for Arizona Attorney General, State Rep. Mark Finchem, Trump-endorsed candidate for Arizona Secretary of State, Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb, and Kelli Ward, Republican Party of Arizona Chairwoman. The speeches of the guest speakers are slated to begin at 1:00 p.m. M.T., with President Trump following at 4:00 p.m.

The Save America rally, which will take place at Findlay Toyota Center, will be the 45th president’s second in Arizona this year, following the first in January. On Saturday, he is expected to persuade people to vote for his preferred candidates in the Aug. 2 primary election. In this article, you will get Steps to buy tickets for Save America Rally in Prescott Valley, Arizona.

Schedule of the Save America Rally in Prescott Valley, Arizona

The Save America Rally will be conducted on 16th July, Saturday. The event will begin at 4:00 p.m. M.T.

  • Parking will begin at 6:00 a.m.
  • Doors will open at 11:00 a.m.
  • Showtime: 1:00 p.m.
  • President Donald J. Trump will deliver speech at 4:00 p.m.

Location of the Save America Rally in Prescott Valley, Arizona

mapThe Save America Rally will be held at

Findlay Toyota Center , 3201 Main Street in Prescott Valley, Arizona.

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Steps to Register Tickets for Save America Rally in Prescott Valley, Arizona

Follow the steps given below to book your tickets for Donald Trump’s upcoming Save America Rally. Here you go!

  • Firstly go to the
  • Now give a  click on Get Tickets.
  • Now you have to fill in all the details that are required to book tickets.
  • Do the payment after filling in all the required data. The payment mode is only online.
  • Now place your order and your tickets will get booked.
  • Now your registration is done!.

*It is to be noted that the tickets to the rally are allotted on a first come first serve basis. If you reach The venue first, you will get it first. You can easily get two tickets from a single registered mobile number.

You will get a confirmation SMS after getting registered. Be sure that you provide an active mobile number else you will not be registered for the event until you are verified via phone.

Save America  Rally Overview

In November 2020, just days after losing the presidential election to Joe Biden, former President Donald Trump launched the Save America political action group.donald trumpSave America is a leadership PAC, which is a group founded by members of Congress or other political personalities to assist other candidates for federal and nonfederal positions. “Leadership PACs are built for two things: to raise money and to develop friends, both of which are critical to ambitious politicians wanting to further their careers,” says OpenSecrets, a neutral research group that analyzes campaign contributions in the United States.


According to OpenSecrets, PACs can also be used to support expenses such as travel that cannot be handled by campaign committees or congressional offices. Save America claims to be “building on” the Trump administration’s accomplishments while “supporting the bold conservatives who will define the future of the America First Movement,” the Republican Party, and the country. It has collected $124.4 million in contributions since its inception, with approximately $85 million of it arriving in 2021.

According to its most recent statement with the Federal Election Commission, it still had more than $110 million on hand as of Feb. 28.
Transfers from the Save America Joint Fundraising Committee – a cooperation with the Make America Great Again PAC, another Trump-affiliated entity — contributed over $31 million to its 2021 haul. Save America RallyThe Trump Make America Great Again Committee, a separate collaborative fundraising partnership comprising Save America, Make America Great Again PAC, and the Republican National Committee, also contributed over $54 million to Save America. That joint committee brought in more than $29 million in 2021, adding to the $60 million it had on hand at the end of 2020.

Funding to the Candidates

Despite its vast reserves, Save America has only funded $205,000 to 41 House and Senate candidates running in 2022. The small amount is at least partly due to campaign finance restrictions that limit the PAC’s contribution to federal candidates to a maximum of $5,000 per candidate.trumpblue-800 Trump’s friends in Congress, as well as several primary challengers to Republicans who voted to impeach or convict Trump for his role in the January 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol, have received funds. Save America, for example, donated to Harriet Hageman, who is challenging Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney; Joe Kent, who is challenging Washington Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler; John Gibbs, who is challenging Michigan Rep. Peter Meijer; and Kelly Tshibaka, who is challenging Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski.TrumpFurthermore, Save America has contributed about $150,000 to over a dozen state-level candidates, including those in important states where Trump lost to Biden. In Georgia, it gave $5,000 to David Perdue, a former U.S. senator whom Trump endorsed in the GOP gubernatorial primary. Trump chastised Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, who is up for reelection, for opposing Trump’s efforts to alter the state’s 2020 election results in his favor. Trump asserted in a statement announcing his support for Perdue for governor that “Brian Kemp has failed Georgia.”trump-rally-florence-scSave America also contributed $7,000 to Rep. Jody Hice, another Trump supporter running for Georgia secretary of state against Republican incumbent Brad Raffensperger. In a controversial phone discussion in January 2021, Trump encouraged Raffensperger, the state’s top elections officer, to “find” enough votes for Trump to be certified the winner in Georgia. However, its largest contributions have been given to the America First Policy Institute, a conservative policy think tank launched in April by former Trump advisers, and the Conservative Partnership Institute, a nonprofit founded in 2017 by former Republican South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint. rallyMark Meadows, Trump’s former White House chief of staff, became a senior partner with the Conservative Partnership Institute in January. Both organizations received a $1 million donation from Save America. Meanwhile, the leadership PAC has spent approximately $11.4 million on operations expenses, including payments for legal counsel, polling, event staging, travel, and payroll. Notably, it has spent over a million dollars on online advertising on Facebook, where Trump is barred from posting until at least 2023. A Facebook spokeswoman told Politico that the ban does not apply to Trump-affiliated groups.

Save America Rally Management

Save America’s CEO is veteran Florida GOP strategist Susie Wiles, and its communications director is Taylor Budowich, a Trump spokesman. Iowa political operatives Eric Branstad and Alexander Latcham joined the PAC as senior advisers in August. Branstad previously worked on Trump’s campaigns, and Latcham previously worked as a policy consultant in the Trump White House.


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