Phone Banks With Volunteers in Sacramento, Fresno and Bakersfield
BAKERSFIELD, CA – During a campaign swing through the Central Valley, U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina today joined campaign volunteers at Continental Labor in Bakersfield to call voters and ask them to support her on Election Day both in June and November.
“While I’m thrilled that the momentum in this race has clearly swung in our direction over the last few weeks, now is no time to rest on our laurels. With Election Day approaching quickly, our campaign team is hard at work calling voters and asking them to vote for me at the polls on June 8,” said Fiorina. “Over the last 28 years, Barbara Boxer has consistently failed to serve the people of California and has instead pressed for an agenda that has led to higher taxes, more regulation and greater government intrusion into our lives. Californians are ready for new leadership in the U.S. Senate, and I am asking for their vote because I am the candidate who can beat Boxer this November and help take Washington back.”
Fiorina’s campaign team is comprised of thousands of supporters and volunteers who are led by Statewide Volunteer Chair Chuck McDougald and a team of regional, county, city and area chairs around the state. In addition, 20 coalitions representing the ethnic, professional, generational and religious diversity of this state are working to spread Carly’s message of job creation, economic growth and cutting federal spending within their own communities. To date, this team has made thousands of phone calls to Republican primary voters around the state asking them to vote for Fiorina on Election Day. Earlier today, Fiorina phone banked with volunteers in the Sacramento and Fresno regions.