Lake County Democrat Chairman John Buncich Announces Register the Region Campaign
The Lake County Democratic Central Committee and the Lake County Young Democrats are proud to announce a new initiative for the 2016 General Election – Register the Region.
The goal of the Register the Region campaign is to register 10,000 new voters before the voter registration deadline on October 11, 2016.
Additionally, the new collaboration will work to deliver a 100,000 vote plurality for the Democratic Nominee for Governor John Gregg and help every Democrat running for public office in Lake County.
Chairman Buncich said, “After four years of the current Governor’s constant attack on workers and pushing a radical social agenda rather than investing in our communities, he has hurt our region and our state’s economy. Lake County voters have had enough. I am excited about the Register the Region initiative. We will work hand and hand to organize volunteers to register individuals throughout Lake County to ensure that Lake County voters turn out in record numbers.”
Lake County Young Democrat Chairman Alfredo Estrada said, “We are proud to partner with Chairman Buncich who enthusiastically embraced our strategy to register 10,000 new voters, and to elect our Democratic Nominee John Gregg as our next Governor with a 100,000 vote plurality from Lake County. For the first time in recent history, our organizations will coordinate volunteers to walk door-to-door, make phone calls, attend public gatherings and utilize a strong social media program to reach our goals.”
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