Hundreds of volunteers reached out to over 14,000 voters, beating expectations and energizing supporters
(BISMARCK, ND) — By the time President Trump took the stage at the Scheels Arena in front of 6,000 people, the Democratic-NPL had already doubled that number of voters reached in North Dakota and was on its way to speaking with many more.
The Dem-NPL originally had the goal of speaking with 12,000 voters on its Day of Action,but ended up surpassing their benchmark by listening to over 14,000 North Dakotans thanks to nearly 300 volunteers who made phone calls and knocked on doors across the state.
“It was amazing to see the groundswell of support for our federal, statewide, and legislative candidates,” said Scott McNeil, Executive Director of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL. “Our amazing volunteers showed up and spent hours making phone calls or knocking on doors throughout the state. While President Trump talked at 6,000 in the Scheels Arena and Kevin Cramer readily admitted that he would be a rubber stamp for any of his policies, regardless of the effect on the state, the Dem-NPL and its volunteers listened to 14,000 voters who want to see independent leadership that puts North Dakotans first.”