Veteran-Focused “Get Out the Vote” Campaign Reached over 300,000 Veterans in 5 Key States, Encouraged Turnout in Midterm Elections

American Veterans Honor Fund - Press Release

[11/28/22] – American Veterans Honor Fund reached over 300,000 Veterans across 5 key states ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. Their “Get Out the Vote” Campaign started earlier this year with a Veteran Voter Guide, free resources and information about Veteran and Pro-Veteran candidates running in local, state, and federal races across the United States, and concluded with a final outreach blitz to voters in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Nevada, North Carolina, and Georgia in the remaining two weeks before the election. 

The mission of American Veterans Honor Fund is to support those who’ve sacrificed and defended our Nation’s sovereignty and the freedom of the individuals who live here. The organization provides training, technology, and an experienced network of contacts, experts, and professionals dedicated to preparing Veterans to serve in an elected capacity at the state and local levels of government. According to their website, their vision is to “become the preeminent proponent of Veteran politicians in the nation. We will strive to prepare dedicated Veterans from all military branches to continue their careers of service as elected officials at all levels of state and local government.”

The “Get Out the Vote” campaign proved to be highly successful, with over 305,000 total Veteran Voters reached throughout the five key states. 52,000 of these veterans voted early or absentee! Research shows that midterm elections often yield lower turnout than presidential elections. “While it is inevitable that some voters will sit out an election, or never vote at all, it was amazing to see Veterans show up and vote more than ever before!” a representative from American Veterans Honor Fund commented. 

Because of the turnout of these Veterans and other conservative voters, we saw success in Ohio and North Carolina races, and we are still watching the run-off in Georgia for the US Senate seat. 

“This election meant so much to getting our country back on track, and we fully believe that Veterans are the ideal candidates for elected office. They have served their country, and know what protecting the freedom and rights of citizens really means. We also saw Veteran voters out in droves, continuing to fight for their country. Thank you to all of the men and women who have served our country and are still engaged in making it the best nation in the world. God Bless you all,” American Veterans Honor Fund concluded. 

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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