For Immediate Release:
January 13, 2014
Contact: Mary Vought
Madison Project Opens GOTV Headquarters in Kentucky to Support Matt Bevin
Fort Worth, TX – The Madison Project PAC, the first conservative PAC to endorse Ted Cruz (R-TX), announced today they are teaming with tea party groups across Kentucky to open five GOTV (Get Out The Vote) headquarters to help organize grassroots canvassing for U.S. Senate candidate Matt Bevin. The offices, which will have hired staff and volunteers, will be located in Bowling Green, Florence, Glasgow, Louisville and Owensboro.
“The Madison Project is focused on a bottom-up grassroots model to help empower local conservative activists and elect reliable conservatives to Congress,” said Drew Ryun of the Madison Project. “We are excited about our work with a wide array of dedicated conservative groups in Kentucky. That is why we have teamed up to open these GOTV headquarters in several parts of the state. Each office will be equipped with our voter canvassing technology, which will be used to contact thousands of Republican primary voters and spread Matt Bevin’s message of limited government via an interactive ground game. Polls show that Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is one of the most unpopular incumbents in the country, and voters are starving for new leadership in Washington.
“Not only will an effective ground game help propel Matt Bevin to victory on May 20th, it will also empower conservatives across the state. While conservative grassroots will never raise enough money to match Mitch McConnell’s special interests, which support amnesty and corporate welfare, an organic and dedicated ground game strategy can help even the playing field. We are extremely proud of the grassroots conservatives in Kentucky and look forward to working with them in cities and towns throughout Kentucky until November.”
The Madison Project endorsed U.S. Senate candidate Matt Bevin in July of 2013. The full endorsement can be read here.
The Madison Project supports and raises money for conservative candidates that have demonstrated a commitment to full-spectrum conservatism. The Madison Project website can be found at http://madisonproject.com/