For Trump volunteer, Clinton presidency raises fears of ‘last days’

Margie Ward says she believes Donald Trump will win the presidency -- and if he doesn't, she worries there will be "a huge change, and it won't be for the better - maybe what some people refer to as the Last Days."
Margie Ward says she believes Donald Trump will win the presidency. But if he doesn’t, she worries there will be “a huge change, and it won’t be for the better — maybe what some people refer to as the last days.” (Photo by Rachel Waldholz/Alaska’s Energy Desk)

As election day approaches, we’ve been checking in with voters around the state, asking them what issues matter most and who they’re supporting for president.

On Friday, Alaska’s Energy Desk visited the Trump campaign headquarters in Anchorage, to hear from volunteer Margie Ward.

Ward is 68. Her husband, former state Sen. Jerry Ward, is the Alaska State Director for the Trump campaign. She’s a longtime activist in Republican politics, but she says Donald Trump is the first presidential candidate she’s worked for since Pat Buchanan’s primary run in 1996.

You can find our other interviews with Alaska voters here:

In Anchorage, a Trump supporter keeps the faith

For this Anchorage Republican, Johnson trumps Trump

In St. Paul, this Alaskan vows ‘Never Trump’

Young Clinton fan ‘totes’ her support