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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

San Diego Recruits Hundreds of New Precinct Representatives

When more than 400 new Republican Precinct Representatives gathered in Mission Valley on Saturday morning, it marked the beginning of the end for more than a few Democrat candidates in San Diego County.

Shortly after I was elected the county Republican leader in July 2001 we began building a permanent Republican turnout organization in the county, recognizing that the world is indeed run by those who show up. Today, the operation continues to form the foundation of the party’s powerful campaign organization in one of America’s largest counties.

The principle is simple: visiting voters is the best way to ensure they will turn out and vote, and while we’re visiting them, dropping off a doorhanger with the list of all the official Republican candidates for office helps to maximize the votes for our candidates running in those so-called "non-partisan" offices.

I appreciated the opportunity to serve as the trainer for the new Precinct Representatives on Saturday morning. Providing those who share our commitment to electing Republicans with the tools necessary for victory is a role I've enjoyed for many years, and creates tremendous satisfaction when our candidates emerge victorious on Election Day.

Thank you to everyone who is serving as a Republican volunteer in California this year!

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