Over 30,000 Voter Contacts Made in Today’s Day of Action
September 25, 2021
CANTON, OH – Jane Timken, candidate for U.S. Senate, announced Saturday that her campaign surpassed 500,000 voter contacts cycle to date. This voter contact milestone comes after today’s Super Saturday ‘Day of Action’ where hundreds of volunteers across the state made over 30,000 voter contacts in a single day, including nearly 10,000 doors, highlighting the campaign’s robust organizational muscle and network of support.
“This race is about Ohio, which is why I am focused on sharing my America First message directly with Ohioans every day,” said Timken. “Voters want someone that will show up, listen to their concerns, and fight for their families, and that is exactly what I will do as Ohio’s next United States Senator. We are in a fight for the soul of our nation and with the help of our grassroots conservative army, we will take back our country, starting with a win in 2022.”
Timken made stops today in Columbus, Athens and Cincinnati to rally volunteers.
In April, Timken became the first 2022 campaign in the state and country to launch direct voter contact efforts and continues to be the only U.S. Senate candidate in the race with a substantial ground game effort, boots on the ground in all 88 Ohio Counties, individual donor support in all 88 counties, and over 160 endorsements from Ohio elected leaders.
This focus on the ground game comes as no surprise as Timken’s tenure as Party Chair was marked by an early investment in the grassroots and a focus on the fundamentals: knocking on doors and making phone calls. Timken oversaw the largest grassroots effort in Ohio history with over 13 million voter contacts made for President Trump and Republicans across the ballot that contributed to Ohio’s strong Republican showing on election night 2020.
Learn more about Jane Timken and her campaign for U.S. Senate HERE.