1 Million ... and Counting!
This weekend, a volunteer at one of our Virginia Victory offices picked up a phone and did something extraordinary: they made the one millionth voter contact since April 1st. This is the earliest any Virginia GOP campaign has ever hit that milestone!
To put that in perspective: Virginia Victory volunteers in just four short months have already contacted one out of every six voting age residents of Virginia! And we're just getting started...
Sarah Craig, Virginia State Manager, Romney for President
"Our one millionth voter contact is unprecedented, but not unexpected. Virginians are clamoring for a change after three and a half years of President Obama's political payoffs, broken promises and economic policies that are hindering -- and even preventing - job creation here in the commonwealth.
Voter energy and enthusiasm are on our side because people know that Gov. Romney will take immediate action to put jobs first and get Virginia and America back to work."
RPV Chairman Pat Mullins
"Our Victory effort this year is truly something to behold. The Republican Party of Virginia, Romney for President, the Republican National Committee, Allen for Senate, and all 11 of our Congressional campaigns are working together in an unprecedented effort.
Why are our volunteers so fired up this early? Because they've seen the disaster that is Obama administration. They know we have to fix this economy, and they know that Mitt Romney is the man to do it. They've seen President Obama punishing success for three and a half years, and they know that Mitt Romney will reward it."
Victory Chairman Pete Snyder
Executive Director Dave Rexrode
"If nothing else, voter contact number 1 million shows that the GOP is absolutely committed to winning the Commonwealth of Virginia this year. Democrats may have had a ground game advantage in the past, but those days are over. We're going after every vote, in every city and county.
The two recent Qunnipiac polls tell the story. Virginians are taking a hard look at Barack Obama, and they don't like what they're seeing. Even usually popular Democrats like Mark Warner are starting to be tarnished with Obama's failure -Warner is down 7 points since February. It's not a hard choice for Virginians: either a President who punishes success, or a President who rewards it. That's why Mitt Romney is going to win Virginia."