CCR Launches Get-Out-the-Vote Efforts for November Election
The California College Republicans (CCR) will be implementing several get-out-the-vote (GOTV) efforts - such as a state voter guide and door knocking and phone banking - during the remainder of the 2022 election cycle.
Key races identified by the organization include:
- Statewide: Attorney General, Controller, Superintendent of Public Instruction
- Congressional Districts: 13, 27, 40, 45, 47, and 49
- Senate Districts: 34, 38; Assembly Districts: 67, 68, 71, 72, 73, 74
- And more at joint voter guide: GOPVoterGuideCA.com
Nate Bymel, chairman of CCR, said that the efforts are integral to CCR's "Get-Out-The-Vote" campaign and will help ensure wins for Republicans in November.
"The Left hates America and all that we stand for," said Bymel. "They're indoctrinating our children, destroying the family unit, killing babies, raising the cost of living, and fundamentally demoralizing the citizenry and we need to fight back," he continued.
Bymel plans to announce deployment details over the coming days and weeks.
To support the effort and sponsor deployment travel and logistical costs, Bymel is asking the public to contribute at CRsUnite.com
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