Friday, October 30, 2009

Senator Creigh Deeds phone banks at Roanoke headquarters – video

Web DSC04313A crowd of about 70 supporters cheered as the Democratic gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds arrived at the Roanoke headquarters. Deeds traveled with Jon Bowerbank who once was a Democratic primary candidate for Lt. Governor.

Deeds told supporters that “the only poll that matters is the one on November 3.” He trails in the polls with his Republican opponent Bob McDonnell by at least 10 points.

The President’s visit to Hampton Roads this week and the logistical assistance of the DNC and Organizing for America has helped energize Virginia Democrats about this race. We have made hundreds of thousands of contacts in the last week and will be doubling those efforts in the final days of the campaign.

Campaign volunteers last weekend knocked on over 100,000 doors despite heavy rain and some of the worst weather of the season.

Over 5,000 volunteers will knock on roughly 175,000 doors statewide this weekend and over 200,000 on Election Day per campaign staff.

Between today and Election Day, volunteers will make over 700,000 GOTV calls to targeted voters.

As the President said on Tuesday that Virginia Democrats don’t believe in ‘can’t.’ Deeds plans to surpass all expectations, surprise the pollsters and pundits and elect Creigh Deeds the 71st governor of Virginia.

Friday night Sen. Deeds will be joined by Governor Tim Kaine, U.S. Senators Mark Warner and Jim Webb, Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor Jody Wagner and Democratic candidate for Attorney General Steve Shannon at the Floyd Country Store Friday Night Jamboree. The Floyd Country Store Friday Night Jamboree features live music and dancing.

Creigh Deeds, Governor Tim Kaine, U.S. Senator Warner, Lt. Governor candidate Jody Wagner and Attorney General candidate Steve Shannon are rallying Monday morning at historic Fire Station No. 1 in downtown Roanoke at 13 East Church Ave SE. The rally begins bright-and-early at 8:00 AM.

Posted By Valerie Garner

Categories: Election 2009, Politics, State Politics

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