July 30, 2018
[Madison, WI] — On Saturday, Governor Scott Walker joined Republican volunteers in Chippewa Falls to make the one millionth voter contact phone call of the 2018 election cycle. Thanks to the support of our volunteers and elected officials like Scott Walker, the Republican Party of Wisconsin is building on its ground-game success from the 2016 election and redoubling its efforts for more success this year.
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Gov. Walker celebrates campaign milestone in Chippewa Falls
July 28, 2018
Governor Scott Walker made a stop in the Chippewa Valley Saturday for a milestone marker in his campaign. The governor was in Chippewa Falls where he made his one millionth voter contact phone call of this campaign cycle.
Walker was greeted by supporters at the Wisconsin GOP field office in Chippewa Falls. He then made a phone call to ask a local voter if they plan to be out at the polls for the primary on August 14 and then again on November 6.
The governor says calls like these are not only crucial to his campaign but also working towards a higher voter turnout for Election Day.
“Well turnout is going to be important because again sometimes, anytime you have, I don’t care if it’s democrat or republican, when one party is in the white house often times the other party has a challenge for that, so just getting people motivated getting the word out,” Walker said.
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