Interior Secretary Bernhardt and President Trump.

The Trump 2020 campaign says they are targeting Colorado, Nevada and New Hampshire as states they will work to flip from the blue to the red column in the next election.

All three states are in play, and ripe for the taking, Trump Campaign Manager Brad Parscale told CBS’s Face the Nation on Sunday.

“In 2016, we had seven hundred thousand- about volunteers. We plan on 1.6 million volunteers for 2020. … Some people might just hold block parties. Some people might be engaging on social media. Some people might be knocking door to door. In every single metric we’re looking at bigger, better and badder than we were in 2016. … but this time we’re not out there trying to prove we can do something, the president’s proved he has done it and now we just have to deliver what he’s done.”

We can’t speak for the other two states, but there is definitely a growing discontent among voters here with Gov. Polis and the Democratic-controlled state legislature’s governing to benefit select groups of people at great cost to the taxpayers.

Not to mention the Democrat’s wild stampede all over our voting and gun rights, and energy economy.

With calls for recalls boomeranging from the eastern plans to the western slope, we agree voters are ripe for the picking.

Trump lost Colorado to Hillary Clinton by five percent in 2016, so a Trump win is not as ridiculous as some Democrats like to think, despite the shellacking they gave Republicans statewide last year.

Trump’s land and economic policies have favored us, and he did put Coloradans on the Supreme Court, and in charge of the Interior Department.

We’re assuming the Trump campaign has already written off any chance in Hell that either Colorado homeboy John Hickenlooper or Michael Bennet has of winning the Democratic primary.

We certainly have.