One Week Out, Colorado Democratic Party Coordinated Campaign Hits 10 Million Calls
Photo from May 18, 2019.
Thousands of volunteers have driven record early turnout for Joe Biden, John Hickenlooper, Diane Mitsch Bush & Democrats up and down the ballot
Denver, CO – One week out from Election Day, the Colorado Democratic Party’s coordinated campaign’s army of organizers and grassroots volunteers has reached an impressive milestone: 10 million calls to voters across Colorado.
Despite adapting to virtual campaigning, the coordinated campaign has:
- Made over 10 million phone calls, reaching out to 96% of registered Democrats and 81% of registered Unaffiliated voters
- Held over 400,000 conversations with Colorado voters since September 1st
- Recruited thousands of volunteers across the state, with over half volunteering for the first time
“Our thousands of volunteers and tireless organizers have put everything they have into getting out the vote, and we’re seeing the results with record early turnout,” said Colorado Democratic Party chair Morgan Carroll. “But we’re not letting up now — in the next week, we’ll be redoubling our ground game to ensure everyone knows the stakes of this election and turns in their ballots for Joe Biden, John Hickenlooper, Diane Mitsch Bush and Democrats across Colorado who will protect our health care, keep our public lands in public hands, and work towards building a better future for all.”