Wagner-Bartos Campaign Announces 73,500 Doors Knocked; 431,000 Calls Made For Ticket
With Two Weeks To Go, Grassroots Network Firing On All Cylinders
The Wagner-Bartos campaign today announced that paid staff and tireless volunteers, working in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Republican Party, have knocked on a total of over 73,500 doors for the Wagner-Bartos ticket since each candidate received the party’s endorsement on February 10. This same coalition has also made over 431,000 phone calls focused on getting out the vote on May 15.
Wagner-Bartos campaign manager Jason High said of the announcement,“These strong voter contact statistics show exactly why Scott and Jeff are well positioned to win on May 15. The grassroots network we have been building for months is gaining steam every day and will be essential in getting our campaign over the finish line. With a dedicated team like this one, we’re confident Scott’s message to change the status quo in Harrisburg will triumph over Governor Wolf’s ineffective leadership and failed liberal policies.”
“With two weeks to go before the primary our party, and the full power of the organizational structure that comes with it, is behind our endorsed ticket,” Pennsylvania Republican Party Chairman Val DiGiorgio added. “Leaders from every county and all of our extraordinary volunteers are looking forward to carrying this momentum past May 15 when we will turn our focus to defeating America’s most liberal Governor, Tom Wolf.”
Today’s release of doors knocked on and phone calls made is the latest example of progress the Wagner-Bartos campaign is making at the grassroots level.
- Sunday, Wagner received the endorsement of “Making America Great” PAC, a grassroots conservative organization of 4,000 members that is dedicated to electing candidates who champion small government policies.
- Last week Scott Wagner received a letter from 28 Republican county chairsreaffirming their support and their willingness to work for him in the closing stretch of the campaign.
- Wagner’s complete team of field staffers in every region of the Commonwealth was chronicled by WICU in Erie for their innovative efforts.