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Monday, August 16, 2004

Grass Roots Seen Key in 2004

August 16, 2004
The Bush-Cheney re-election campaign is convinced that it has sufficiently outflanked John Kerry in grass-roots political organization in key battleground states, a tactic that is traditionally the deciding factor for Democrats.

The Republicans say that they have worked to organize not only down to the county level, but to the individual voting precinct — a specialty of the Democrats' union-driven get-out-the-vote efforts. As of last week, the Bush team has put campaign chairmen in place in 94 percent of targeted precincts around the country. In the swing states, the effort is even more intense.

More than 13,000 volunteers are at work in Oregon... More than 46,000 volunteers are at work in Michigan... and more than 32,000 volunteers are lined up in Missouri, with every one of the party's target precincts having long enjoyed the leadership of a campaign chairman. ... FR Reprint.


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