American Veterans Honor Fund Reaches 60,000 Voters in California “Get Out the Vote” Campaign Ahead of Primaries

American Veterans Honor Fund - Press Release

SAN DIEGO, CA. – While the general election is still a few months away, the spring and summer primaries are when candidates are chosen and the tone is set for the final showdowns in November. To prepare for the November elections, American Veterans Honor Fund recently launched a Get Out the Vote (GOTV) Campaign targeting Veteran voters in California ahead of the primary elections. 

This virtual campaign utilized various remote strategies to get Veterans involved in the primary process. Specifically, we targeted voters who historically have not typically been engaged in primary elections. Through targeted text messaging and automated voice calls, we were able to make contact with 60,000 currently inactive voters in the Central Valley & San Diego area, urging them to vote in upcoming primaries. Due to redistricting in the state, nominees determined in the primaries will likely become sitting members in government, so the Veteran vote is essential!

American Veterans Honor Fund is a grassroots political organization dedicated to helping Veterans continue their service. The organization provide training, technology, and an experienced network of contacts, experts, and professionals dedicated to preparing our Veterans to serve in an elected capacity at the state and local levels of government. The organization not only gives Veterans the opportunity and tools to fight against the corruption and mismanagement of our government from within, they also engage citizens in supporting veteran candidates at the local and state level. 

Through their votes, Veterans maintain the vigilance required to ensure our way of life in this country is preserved. When Americans stop voting, they open the door to corruption and provide the opportunity for small groups to dictate their agendas, instead of representing the interest of the citizens. So, our goal is to make sure Americans never stop making their voices heard and that more Veterans than ever continue to be part of that process with each new election!

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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.

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