Super Saturday Update — Over 2.4 million contacts yesterday alone

Yesterday was another Super Saturday where campaign offices around the country knocked on doors, made phone calls and registered voters for the final crucial push into election day.  Some of the metrics are creeping through the wires right now.  Nearly all below is information direct from RNC political director Rick Wiley:


  • #s just in, @mittromney & @gop ground game made 2.4 million volunteer voter contacts yesterday on Super Saturday.ROCK
  • over 30k volunteers took part in Super Saturday yesterday.Enthusiasm on our side
  • Great work from our amazing volunteers this week! We made 5,072,979 volunteer voter contacts this week alone. — Reince Priebus


  • Over 400k volunteer voter contacts made in WI this week, strong.Country strong


  • VA did over 250k volunteer voter contacts yesterday, including 100k doors and nearly 500k for the week.Killing it


  • OH made over 600k volunteer voter contacts this week.nearly a quarter million on the doors!Buckeye Blitz rocks it


  • FL made over 1 million volunteer voter contacts this week. @mkdonlin & @tcdickens continue to rock it down there


  • Team CO made over 250k volunteer voter contacts this week. People clearly jacked following strong debate by @MittRomney


  1. Posted October 7, 2012 at 2:32 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Wow, AWESOME!

  2. Edward
    Posted October 7, 2012 at 3:56 pm | Permalink | Reply

    The turn-out numbers are coming out…and OH looking very grim for Obama… I don’t care what money you raise, what poll numbers say, if your people don’t vote you lose…

    • Posted October 7, 2012 at 4:26 pm | Permalink | Reply

      Yea, I’ve been hesitant to blog those Ohio numbers. I’ve had a few conversations with the guy keeping that spreadsheet and he does a real honest jobs keeping that thing up to date. But as he clearly states up front, the partisan figures aren’t really comparable election over election so I didn’t feel comfortable extrapolating anything with too much certainty based on those figures. All that said, I think it does show a strong pushback by the GOP this year in early voting and is another sign of GOP gains versus 2008 like Flynn writes. I’m just certain how much the gain truly is based on the available information.

    • Doug Johnson
      Posted October 7, 2012 at 6:52 pm | Permalink | Reply

      Those numbers from are absentee ballot requests, but Ohio also has in-person early voting. In my home county, Lucas (Toledo, a strongly blue area) in-person voting had a big Dem turnout. Don’t judge Ohio only by the absentee ballot requests, they are only part of the story.

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