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“Don’t forget to vote!” GOP volunteers work the phones, knock on doors in North Shore

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BAYSIDE -- Republicans (and Democrats) in southeastern Wisconsin were busy Sunday, November 6th -- with just 48 hours to go until the election. In Bayside, GOP volunteers worked the phones on behalf of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, and incumbent U.S. Senator Ron Johnson.

"I talked to somebody who was tailgating. He answered the phone 'solid Republican ticket. Thank you. Bye bye!'" Patty Reiman said.

GOP headquarters in Bayside

GOP headquarters in Bayside

GOP volunteers worked to make sure everyone heads to the polls on November 8th.

"Don't forget to vote November 8th if you haven't already!" a GOP volunteer said.

GOP headquarters in Bayside

GOP headquarters in Bayside

Reiman, a long-time campaign volunteer with the North Shore Republicans said the GOP ground game is good.

"We are going to make sure we get our voters out to vote. We have a great ground game here in Wisconsin," Reiman said.

GOP volunteers in Bayside

GOP volunteers in Bayside

On Sunday, the election was just 48 hours away!

"We're going to be knocking on the doors, making the phone calls and talking to neighbors," a GOP volunteer said.

GOP volunteers in Bayside

GOP volunteers in Bayside

On Tuesday, November 8th, we'll find out who will be the next president of the United States.

GOP headquarters in Bayside

GOP headquarters in Bayside

GOP headquarters in Bayside

GOP headquarters in Bayside

The North Shore Republicans have made tens of thousands of calls over the past few months, and on Saturday, November 5th alone, they knocked on more than 2,000 doors -- campaigning for the Republican ticket.

Meanwhile, Sunday morning, Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine supporters gathered at the Democratic Party headquarters in Milwaukee ahead of a canvass of neighborhoods in advance of election day.

"Our voter turnout in the U.S. is really, really low and that's really sad and so we really need everyone to get out and vote and our canvassing and phone calling really helps," Judy Bamberger said.

Before they knocked on doors, volunteers were energized by Kaine, who spoke briefly to a crowd of about 50.

After the rally, volunteers got their assignments for the day.

1 Comment

  • Nate Jr

    Wow a big crowd of 50 liberals were assembled to listen to kaine?? The same 50 losers that keep voting for mccheese and keeping that slug in office. He’ll continue to keep you Libs under his foot just like the wench hilary wants to do!!! Losers!!!

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