Oregon Republicans Ramp Up Campaigning with “2010 Victory Program”

Oregon Republican Party Press Release

ORP Victory 2010 Super Saturday Campaign Launch Successful!

“On Saturday July 10th, Oregon Republican volunteers visited over 10,000 doors and made more than 6,000 telephone calls during the official launch of the 2010 ‘Victory Program’, a statewide Republican Party advocacy program, smashing through previous records for this kind of campaign outreach,” Oregon Republican Party Chairman Bob Tiernan said today.

“Our 2010 Victory Program is off to a spectacular start. Twenty-two partnering Republican Candidates for all offices met in seventeen locations statewide with over 150 volunteers to meet Oregonians at the doorstep and on the phone to prepare for the coming Republican Victory in the fall elections,” Chairman Tiernan said.

A highpoint of Saturday’s kickoff was a congratulatory telephone call to volunteers at the Hillsboro campaign office by House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio), who thanked them for turning out in large numbers to break campaign records for walking and phoning Oregon voters.

Oregon Republicans who would like to join in future Victory 2010 events can learn more at the Oregon Republican Party website: www.oregonrepublicanparty.org.

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  • Scatcat

    How many apartment complexes visited? Sounds like the same old tired Victory 2004, 2006, 2008, campaigning of making phone calls 6,000 phone calls. If it was like my experiences it woudl mean only 720 answered and 1 out 3 you just pissed off or refused. OK how about 10,000 doors. Wow, but walking the beat in Washington County that means a few thousand single occupancy homes and ignoring 10,000+ apartment and condo residents. It why I decided to take 2010 off, If Republican do not win, I am re registering as an Independent.
    Orgeon GOP need to look ouside the box.

  • Rupert in Springfield

    Nice to see Oregon Republicans out there.

    This promises to be a pretty big year for Republicans nationally even if it doesn’t happen much statewide. Just getting some face time out there is a really good thing for Oregon Republicans to be doing.

  • ?

    The Oregon GOP is inept, they never hammer the Dems with their failed record, therefor the Dems are always re-elected.

    Hammer the Dems on their failures and the GOP might have a chance.

    • Rupert in Springfield

      >Hammer the Dems on their failures and the GOP might have a chance.

      True – The last example of this was the campaign on measures 66/67. Sure I understand they knew they were being outspent like crazy by the teachers unions, but those ads were pathetic.

      Republicans too often cede the field because they are scared to death of the press not liking them or calling them mean.

      As the first person ever to be called a Nazi on the internet – I am here to tell the Republicans the press will always like Democrats more than you and if you didn’t learn that in college, your college probably didn’t have a j school. Wake up and stop playing defense.

      • valley p

        “Republicans too often cede the field …”

        Cede the field? As in not bothering to run? Or in not criticizing Democrats? You have to be joking. When have Republicans not criticized Democrats?

        “As the first person ever to be called a Nazi on the internet”

        Ok, I’m dying to know. How do you KNOW you were the FIRST person to be called a nazi on the internet?

  • a retired professor

    Turns out, according to the Oregonian, Chris Dudley was addressing the GOP governors in Aspen, CO during his vacation in which he skipped the debate with Kitzhaber! Meanwhile, today he had a piece in the Oregonian on what he’d do as Gov. I guess he really must want to be Governor of Oregon pretty badly.

  • skippy

    Rupert the Republicans should be scared that voters don’t like them not the press. LOL.

  • RICHARD C. EVANS

    AT MY BREAKFAST MEETING THIS MORNING I ASKED EVERYONE AT THE TABLE WHO THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE WAS THAT WAS RUNNING AGAINST KURT SCHRADER. NO ONE KNEW.
    WHY HASN’T THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE SPENT SOME MONEY IN OREGON?

    • Duh?

      Its a waste on money, the Oregon GOP are almost as stupid as the liberals in charge of the state.

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