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Press Release - Donald J. Trump Campaign Announces Michigan State Director Scott Hagerstrom

December 21, 2015

Mr. Trump Announces New Staff Ahead of Grand Rapids Rally

(New York, NY) December 21st, 2015 — Today Donald J. Trump for President Inc. announced new hire Scott Hagerstrom will serve as State Director in Michigan. Hagerstrom is the first hire in the state and will be joined by Mr. Trump Monday night when the campaign holds its second Michigan rally of the cycle in Grand Rapids.

Mr. Trump stated, "I am excited to return to Michigan where we had an incredible rally attended by over 5,000 people in August. Scott will be a great asset to our team as we continue to build infrastructure beyond the early primary states and share my vision to Make America Great Again."

Scott Hagerstrom is a political consultant and attorney practicing law in the state of Michigan. Scott previously served as the Director of Grassroots and Strategic Engagement for the Coalition Against Higher Taxes and Special Interest Deals Ballot Committee. Scott has also worked in the Michigan House of Representatives and also previously worked as the State Director of Americans for Prosperity-Michigan. He is a lifelong Michigan resident.

Scott added, "It is a great honor to serve as Mr. Trump's Michigan State Director. He is a proven success with the leadership capabilities to accomplish what those in Washington, D.C. cannot. I believe in his message, his vision and his ability to make our country better than ever before."

The Trump Campaign returns to Michigan Monday night where they are expecting thousands at a rally in Grand Rapids. In August, Mr. Trump hosted over 5,000 people at a rally in Birch Run, Michigan. Additional hires and visits are expected in the near future.

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