Supporters of presidential hopeful Mitt Romney this week in Menifee began work on strategy to get the candidate elected.
Riverside County -- county co-chair for the campaign -- and about 30 supporters, volunteers and local city chairpersons met to organize the local push for a Romney win.
“We have organized campaign efforts by council districts and have assigned precinct captains in charge of each of those districts,” said Scott Mann, the Menifee city chairperson.
“One of our main efforts will be phone banking and each precinct captain will be hosting at least one home event per month to sign up additional volunteers and make phone calls on behalf of the Romney Campaign,” Mann said in a news release.
According to Stone, the voter turnout in the 2008 presidential election was "a staggering 78.3 percent," and President Barack Obama won by a little more than 3 percent.
"We expect voter turnout to be just as high and we intend to deliver Riverside County to Governor Romney,” Stone was quoted in the release.
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