Fresh off a convincing debate victory and an overflowing rally in Augusta County, the Romney for President campaign took their message to every corner of the commonwealth Saturday. Campaign volunteers took to the phones and the streets to contact voters about the vision Mitt Romney has for the country.
After Wednesday’s debate, the Romney Campaign raised more than $12 million in less than 48 hours and donations were coming in at a rate of more than two donations per second – that support was also shown by the grassroots effort all across Virginia yesterday.
“We’ve seen great enthusiasm since the debate with new volunteers joining our already top-notch ground game,” Republican National Committee spokeswoman Kirsten Kukowski said Saturday. “With 30 days until election day, we are focused on perfecting our get out the vote operation to get as many people to the polls to elect Mitt Romney as possible. Thanks to over 80 thousand volunteers we’ve been able to contact over 35 million voters since spring.”
Yesterday was just another indicator of the energy and enthusiasm behind the campaign and their efforts day after day to help Gov. Romney and Paul Ryan get the country back on track.
According to USA Today, the RNC also said its volunteer lists have shot up by more than 60% since Wednesday’s debate.
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