坐在dock上, 我正用鱼竿钓着周末奇怪的一池清冷，忽闻水上参差号角之声，隐约是美国国歌。遁声看向湖的尽头，未几，拐角一排几只boat 进入视线 ，继而几十只，实则是几百只，旌旗招展，号乐不断，水波震荡，船队逶迤，令我领略到几分百万雄狮过大江之势。
President Donald Trump can’t hold his large energetic rallies because of the coronavirus. But his campaign has discovered the next best thing: massive pro-Trump flotillas that are taking his message to waterways across the country.
Michigan has the nation’s sixth-highest rate of boat ownership, according to the most recent state-by-state data compiled by the National Marine Manufacturers Association, an industry trade group.
In Florida, Trump has a net approval rating among boat owners of about 18 percentage points — at least six times higher than his statewide net approval number — according to the campaign’s voter profile models, which consist of 3,000 different public and consumer data points.
Arizona has more than 123,000 registered boat owners who enjoy Lake Havasu, Lake Powell, Theodore Roosevelt Lake and the Salt River. As a newly minted swing state where the presidential contest figures to be more competitive than ever before, Adams noted, the race in Arizona could be won at the margins “and who knows? Maybe the race could come down to a few thousand votes or maybe even boaters.”