Bay Village Dems launch canvass before November election

The Bay Village Democratic Club has launched a massive canvassing project to reach voters before the Nov. 6 election.

More than 20 club members visited homes of 2,206 Democrats or unaffiliated voters before Oct. 10 during canvassing that has largely been conducted on weekends. In a three-day period in late September, volunteers stopped at 339 homes.

“We’re focusing on Democrats and unaffiliated voters,” said Tom Ryan, canvassing coordinator. “When we talk to Republicans, we stress that we hope they vote and will consider Democratic candidates.”

Club members want to gauge support for candidates for state and federal offices and tell residents how they may become volunteers. Also, several residents have indicated they are willing to have a political campaign signs placed in their yards.

Voter registration applications were provided to several new families, volunteers said.

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Dave Sartin

Dave Sartin

Comunications committee chair, Bay Dems

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Volume 10, Issue 20, Posted 10:07 AM, 10.16.2018