PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WDHN) — President Donald Trump is hitting the campaign trail yet again to fight for his seat as America’s commander-in-chief, making stops across the country to prove to people why he should be re-elected.
One of the president’s stops will be in Panama City, Florida.
Trump made visits to the Panhandle before, having held four rallies in Pensacola after his first bid for president in 2015. He and First Lady Melania Trump also toured the region in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, spending considerable time in the city of Lynn Haven, minutes north of Panama City.
Now if you want to see the President as he makes a stop, don’t worry. Tickets are free to anyone who wants them, but don’t think this guarantees entrance the rally as the campaign sometimes gives out more tickets than there is available seating.
Those interested can sign up here, and you can even volunteer to help out with the rally. However, tickets are limited to two per mobile phone number per event.
After signing up, you should receive a text so you can confirm your registration.