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Ohio Mo

Here’s Kevin Madden, from Bush-Cheney on the Ohio effort in a message sent out to Ohio media today: “Our turbo-charged grassroots organization is canvassing the entire state of Ohio, mobilizing supporters and reminding folks of President Bush’s strong leadership. The momentum, the energy and the enthusiasm in Ohio are all working in President Bush’s favor right now.”

Want specifics: check ‘em out, from a BC press release earlier today:

Grassroots Statistic of the Day- Number of phone calls made to Ohio voters by Bush-Cheney ‘04 Ohio Volunteers on October 29, 2004: 266,876

OHIO BUSH-CHENEY ‘04 GRASSROOTS UPDATE: As of October 30, 2004, the Bush-Cheney ‘04 campaign reports the following grassroots statistics in Ohio:

· 85,612 Recruited Bush Volunteers

· 2,406,788 Volunteer Phone Calls to Ohioans in support of President Bush

· 349,032 Doors have been knocked on to support President Bush

· 3,254 Total Parties for the President have been hosted

· 2,755,820 TOTAL Volunteer contacts to date


· 9 Bush-Cheney ‘04 Ohio Regional Chairs

· 114 Bush-Cheney ‘04 Ohio County Chairs

· 12,132 Bush-Cheney ‘04 Ohio Precincts Chaired

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