GOP to unveil new ‘snowplow’ truck in 2016

The Republican National Committee will unveil a new snow plow-style truck in the next few weeks, the committee said Thursday.

The “snow truck” would have four wheel drive, can haul up to 400 pounds, and would have a powertrain that includes a hybrid system, according to an RNC official.

The new truck will be built by Cummins and will be used for snowplowing and other services.

The snow truck is expected to debut sometime in the summer of 2020. 

The Republican Party was formed in the wake of the 2008 presidential election, when the party was led by then-Sen. Barack Obama.

It has a total of 638 delegates, and as of June 30, the number of delegates up for grabs is 1,077, according the website of the RNC. 

In 2020, the Republican National Convention will choose the nominee of the party that wins the most delegates at the convention, but it is unclear whether the party will use a system similar to the one used in 2016, or whether a new party will be formed. 

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