Over 30,000 Plano Residents Voted in Local Election, Thanks in Part to Effective Get Out the Vote Efforts by American Veterans Honor Fund

American Veterans Honor Fund - Press Release

PLANO, TX. – Grassroots political organization American Veterans Honor Fund launched a campaign in Plano, Texas ahead of their City Council Special Election which took place on May 1st, 2021. Residents voted on Council Members, a new Mayor, and bond propositions.

American Veterans Honor Fund works on the ground across the United States to prepare Veterans to serve in an elected capacity at the state and local levels of government. Back in October, American Veterans Honor Fund ran a highly effective ‘Get Out the Vote’ campaign in the state of North Carolina, where the organization reached upwards of 30,000 voters in the final stretches of the 2020 campaign. 

Just like in the North Carolina campaign, the organization successfully reached thousands of potential voters in Plano through multi-platform contacts, including Facebook, email marketing, text messaging, and phone calls. 

In total, 34,915 citizens voted in the local Plano elections on May 1st, resulting in a new mayor for the city, Republican John Muns. American Veterans Honor Fund is honored to make an impact at the local level and we look forward to the opportunity to make a difference in future elections to come. 

The American Veterans Honor Fund is a national political organization organized under Section 527 of the IRS Tax Code. Contributions are not tax deductible. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.

Veterans Running for Office - American Veterans Honor Fund

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