Friday, November 09, 2007

Clinton By The Numbers

From The Clinton Campaign:

It has been one busy and successful month here at New Hampshire for Hillary as the campaign continues to work for every vote. With Senator Clinton’s ongoing commitment to visiting New Hampshire, support for Hillary is continuing to grow and grassroots momentum is rolling along in every corner of the state.


250,000: The New Hampshire for Hillary team, with 16 offices and thousands of Hillary volunteers, made over 250,000 calls to New Hampshire households.
20,000: The New Hampshire for Hillary campaign reached out to nearly 20,000 voters in one day last week!
352: As Hillary outlined her vision to inspire student activism on November 1st at the University of New Hampshire, NH for Hillary announced 352 Student Leaders for Hillary on 10 campuses across the state.
312: On November 7th over 300 educators announced their support for Hillary, while her visit to the state included an “Organizing for Change” event at Nashua South High School.
80: In communities across the state, NH for Hillary’s grassroots activities continue full steam ahead with nearly 80 house parties hosted by supporters to discuss Hillary’s positive vision and detailed policies to make real change happen in America.
24: On the heels of Senator Clinton’s speech delivered last week at the National Forum on Equality, Opportunity and Access in Manchester, the NH for Hillary campaign announced the endorsement of 24 prominent local disability advocates.
10: NH for Hillary held 10 constituency phone banks, canvasses and meetings with veterans, educators, women and members of the Latino community
9: At the Mount Cranmore Ski Resort in North Conway, Hillary sat down with 9 undecided New Hampshire voters over hot chocolate and discussed her energy policy, healthcare, Iraq and other important subjects.
4: Hillary spent four days in one week in New Hampshire, shaking hands and earning the support of voters everywhere she went.
1: Hillary Clinton is the only candidate who has the positive, detailed vision to take on the special interests

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