Newsletter: Getting my Message Out

October 14, 2016

We have made some exciting progress in the campaign this past week. As of last Saturday, Tim Knopp for State Senate has officially knocked on 20,000 doors in Senate District 27. We have reached this goal due to the hard work of many dedicated people who have contributed many hours to our cause. Because of this crew, along with many other volunteers and campaign staff not pictured below, we were able to spread the word to thousands of Oregonians about my race for State Senate. We’re still canvassing in Redmond though, and we would appreciate any help you can offer. If you’re willing and able to go door-knocking, our Field Director will coordinate with you and get you set up.

However, canvassing and door-to-door efforts are not the only ways to show your support. Many of our supporters have displayed field and lawn signs in their yards, on their fences, or at their businesses. These proud supporters are helping spread awareness about this important election. I spent the other day installing some of these signs for our constituents around the area. If you would like to have a lawn sign in your yard, contact me through my website and we will drop one off for you as soon as we can.

If you don’t have the ability to display a lawn sign, and canvassing is too difficult for you, there are other ways you can help. Our phones have just been set up and we are welcoming any and all volunteers who would like to make calls. You can consider contributing to our campaign as well. Anything you’re able to offer is greatly appreciated. If you ever have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with me. I always appreciate hearing from my constituents.