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Boots On The Ground In New Hampshire

September 10, 2011Posted in Blog, Facebook, Gov. Gary Johnson, New Hampshire, News, Students, Twitter

We’ve posted several blogs featuring Gov. Johnson’s visits to New Hampshire, but what do volunteers do in New Hampshire when their favorite candidate isn’t in the Granite State?

The short answer is this: they Lit-Drop.

(Today at the New Hampshire office, Massachusetts State Director Jon Loya [left] and NH State Director Brinck Slattery [right] prepare for a Lit-Drop.)

So, you might ask, what is a Lit-Drop?

Our Gary Johnson 2012 campaign literature is as good as any other campaign’s lit, if not better. Unfortunately, it takes either a lot of money or a lot of time to distribute all this literature to target voters.

When the big-budget campaigns want to introduce their candidate to New Hampshire voters en masse, a lot of the money they’ve been able to raise from special interests gets spent on postage. Fortunately, there’s a cheap substitute for postage: Volunteers!

If you live in or near New Hampshire, or even if you don’t, we’d love to have you volunteer for our campaign. Please click here and sign up to become part of our rapidly growing team!

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