Trump is bucking the odds in Buckingham, a blue collar city with a blue-collar culture

The most likely explanation for the Republican nominee’s stunning win in the state is that the state voted for him.

But Trump’s path to victory was never easy.

In fact, it was so long and arduous that it took months of effort by his campaign and his allies to put together a convincing case to the voters in Buckingham that he was a blue belt and that he could win.

In the end, that was enough to win the state by a single point, with Trump’s lead widening from one point in mid-November to three points on November 9.

Trump won Buckingham with a record high margin of victory of almost 10,000 votes.

His win came despite a record number of absentee ballots, and it was an upset that the candidate himself did not take lightly.

“This is the first election I’ve been to that was so hard and that I was so focused on it,” Trump told reporters outside his victory rally in the Buckingam neighborhood of Buckingham on Saturday, according to BuzzFeed News.

“I’m so proud of the people of Buckingamp.

It was a big, big, huge victory.”

Buckingham is a mostly rural town in the northwest corner of the state, located about halfway between Portland, Oregon, and Spokane, Washington.

In 2016, Buckingham voted for President-elect Donald Trump by a margin of less than 5 percent.

A recent poll by Buckingham’s Democrat-run Board of Education showed that the town of about 2,300 people had voted for Trump by over 13,000 ballots, a number that was even higher than the 3,600 votes that went to Hillary Clinton in the city in 2016.

But the Trump victory was a huge surprise, as was the fact that Buckingham voters had been skeptical of Trump throughout the primary season, according the Associated Press.

The candidate had struggled in the town for months, especially after he promised to bring jobs back to the region.

And Bucking Hampers had always voted Democratic in presidential elections.

But that changed during the primary race, when the candidate won the support of a majority of voters in the community.

It also meant that a lot of the town’s blue collar voters were not necessarily loyal to the candidate.

The town has a long history of working class families, and its unemployment rate is high, according BuzzFeed News, which noted that there were about 4,400 people who had applied to become Buckingans first full-time residents.

“Buckingham is a very conservative town,” Trump said, according a transcript of his remarks published by BuzzFeed News late Friday.

“It has a history of being very conservative.”

But Trump said that the city’s working class voters, who had backed other Democrats in the primary, were “really smart.”

Bucking Hampers’ vote for Trump was not a surprise to many in the area.

In addition to Trump’s win, the Republican candidate won more than 80 percent of the vote in neighboring Mercer County, which is the state’s second-largest and contains many small towns.

In Buckingham County, a majority voted for Clinton.

But while many Buckinganians voted for the Democrat, many in Mercer County didn’t.

Bucking Hampshire has always voted Republican in presidential primaries, and Trump’s margin of defeat was lower than the statewide average, which Trump won by a wide margin of 57 percent to 46 percent.

Trump’s victory in Buckham was not without controversy, though.

According to the Associated Statewide Recount Commission, the Trump campaign paid a $1,000 fee to the county for absentee ballots and other costs related to absentee voting.

“A lot of people said that was a little excessive, but they were willing to pay it,” BuckingHampers County Board of Commissioners Chairman Mike Mather told BuzzFeed News on Friday, adding that the fee was not uncommon.

“The campaign agreed to pay the $1K,” Mather said.

“And that was the beginning of a process where they actually paid for that to be done.”

But the fee raised eyebrows among local Democrats.

“What the hell is going on here?

Why did they pay for this?”

Mercer County Democratic Chairman Larry Breslin said in a statement to BuzzFeed.

“We don’t pay to send absentee ballots to our elections.

Why should we?”

“This is not the first time Trump has paid for an absentee ballot, nor the last,” Mair told BuzzFeed.

Trump had already faced criticism for paying the fee.

In late May, he faced an avalanche of criticism after he paid $1.3 million for the privilege of appearing on a panel at a political event.

The Republican nominee was reportedly asked about paying for the event at a fundraising dinner that was held in his honor, where he said, “It’s called politics.

It’s the old adage that you pay for what you eat.”

At the time, Trump said he was merely giving a political donation and had no affiliation with