National field program has resulted in 5.1 million voter contacts since February 2017
WASHINGTON – The Congressional Leadership Fund (@CLFSuperPAC), the super PAC endorsed by House Republican leadership, today announced its national field program has expanded to 27 offices now open in key congressional districts across the country, which has resulted in over 5.1 million voter contacts since early 2017. Recently opened offices are located in the following districts: California’s 45thdistrict, Colorado’s 6th district, Iowa’s 1st district, Illinois’ 6th district, Kentucky’s 6th district, Michigan’s 8th district, Pennsylvania’s 16th district, Texas’ 7th district, Texas’ 23rd district, Virginia’s 2nd district, and Washington’s 5th district. View complete list of offices here.
In February 2017, CLF took the unprecedented step as a super PAC to begin opening offices across the country in order to run data-driven field programs and build relationships with voters. Every field office has a unique, full-fledged campaign, discussing district-specific issues. Offices are supported by a full-time staffer and hundreds of interns and volunteers who engage with voters on a daily basis through hyper-targeted phone banking and door-to-door canvassing. CLF will continue to expand its national field program through the spring.
“CLF is taking nothing for granted as we focus on our mission to maintain the House Republican majority. We have rejected the traditional model of super PACs and are doing things differently by operating a national, data-driven field program. As we continue to expand our field program, CLF staff and volunteers are laser-focused on having long-term, ongoing conversations with voters far ahead of Election Day,” said CLF Executive Director Corry Bliss. “Our efforts are tailored to individual congressional districts across the country, and by starting this program in the beginning of 2017, CLF’s early investment has already resulted in over five million voter contacts. This targeted, data-driven field operation will be a key asset to protecting and strengthening the majority in this year’s 2018 midterm elections.”