Here are some ways Californians can get involved to get out the vote and help send Barbara Boxer to ma'am land, and send Carly Fiorina to do the peoples business in Washington. I received the following in my email inbox today from the Carly Fiorina campaign:
The campaign also sent along some information about recent events Carly Fiorina has taken part in, and covering some recent endorsements she has received:
There are only 10 days to go until Election Day! Our campaign has been steadily gaining momentum in the final stretch, while support for Barbara Boxer has stagnated. Californians want a representative in Washington who knows how to meet a payroll and create a job, not a career politician who has supported bigger government and disastrous economic policies.
November 2 will be here before we know it, and that means I need your immediate help to reach out to voters across California. Here are three ways you can get invoved right now:
Call California voters from home using our online phone banking system, or text CALLS to CARLY (22759) to use our Mobile Phone Bank.
Locate a local Victory office and stop by to make calls or walk a precinct.
Connect with your local regional leader about other volunteer opportunities between now and Election Day.
You can also visit our Online Action Center to get involved in other ways, or download our iPhone app - Carly's Red Zone Challenge. Thank you for your help and dedication. Together, we will defeat Barbara Boxer and bring leadership and accountability back to Washington.With warm regards,
I am excited to announce that I have received the endorsement of a number of prominent Central Valley elected officials including Mendota Mayor Robert Silva. I joined Mayor Silva in Mendota on Wednesday to discuss the devastating impact the state's water and unemployment crises are having on communities across the state.
Senator John McCain joined me in San Diego last weekend for a rally with local veterans. I was honored to be surrounded by our nation’s veterans whose service and selflessness ensure we can continue to enjoy the privilege of freedom for generations to come.
On Monday, I visited a shuttered car dealership in San Bernardino and spoke with the former owner and other attendees about the failure of the stimulus to create jobs or help our state’s small businesses. The dealership had to close its doors after decades in business in part because of California’s hostile business environment.