Wednesday, September 26th, 2012 and is filed under News
Contact: Drew Ryun
For Immediate Release
Madison Project announces the launch of Freedom 2 and Liberty 2 in Ohio
Conservative political action committee, the Madison Project, announced today that it is launched two more mobile GOTV HQs in the battleground state of Ohio as part of its Code Red USA Project.
Christened as Freedom 2 and Liberty 2, the mobile GOTV HQs are 40 foot RVs decked out with internet hotspots and mobile phone banks operating off the Gravity™ database system.
“This is a perfect fusion of technology and innovation,” said Drew Ryun of the Madison Project. “No longer do volunteers have to come to a brick and mortars headquarters to make phone calls. We are going to them and I am convinced this is the next wave in how get out the vote work will be accomplished.”
With 5 phone systems in each mobile GOTV HQ, volunteers have the opportunity to make phone calls from the RVs while other teams of volunteers launch from the RVs and block walk using Gravity’s smart phone app.
“It’s flexible and efficient,” said Matt Armstrong of Code Red USA. “There is a lot of excitement out there for this project and we are perfectly positioned where opportunity meets preparation.”
Having launched 4 mobile GOTV HQs in Florida three weeks ago, the Madison Project’s Code Red USA project also allows volunteers to use the website as an opportunity to Phone From Home through the Gravity system, as well as participate in Adopt a State, where volunteers can travel to select battleground states.
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