SANTA FE, N.M. — Cowboys for Trump have arrived in Santa Fe as part of a nationwide tour. Organizer Cuoy Griffin said the group plans to ride to the capital of every state in an effort to advocate for counties having more of a say in state-level policy decisions. The group supports President Donald Trump and wants their voices to be heard on issues such as gun control, immigration, abortion and others. The group visited the nation’s capital earlier this year which caught the President’s attention. Griffin said he got a call from the President while waiting in an airport to fly home from that visit. He told the Alamogordo Daily News he used the call to advocate for "better forest resource management and explain the Second Amendment Sanctuary issue to the president." During Tuesday’s visit to the Roundhouse in Santa Fe, the group brought a pink cowboy hat they plan to present Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham.