Former President Donald Trump appears to be setting his sights on the Granite State, even though New Hampshire has not gone Republican in more than two decades.

As previously reported by The Dallas Express, Trump has been on a winning streak. Between President Joe Biden’s disastrous debate performance and a string of Supreme Court rulings that gave Republicans a shot in the arm, the former president’s campaign has a lot to feel hopeful about.

Polls are reportedly showing that Biden has lost some significant ground as Trump continues to rise, a dynamic that has many Democrats considering whether they could pressure 81-year-old Biden to step aside for the sake of the Democratic Party’s electoral viability in November.

Here’s some of what Fox News reported on Republicans’ hopes to capture the Granite State:

It’s been 24 years since a Republican carried the swing state of New Hampshire in a presidential election.

You have to go back to then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush in 2000. Four years later, as he won re-election, then-President Bush was narrowly edged in the Granite State, kicking off a losing streak that has extended to the present day.

But in the wake of two recent polls that indicated a margin-of-error race in New Hampshire and following President Biden’s extremely rough debate performance nine days ago in his first primetime face-to-face showdown with former President Trump, Republicans are increasingly hopeful they can bring an end to the losing streak.

“I firmly believe that New Hampshire is very much in play,” Steve Stepanek, the senior Trump adviser in the state, told Fox News.