We are continuing to roll with our momentum on getting organized and ready for the height of the campaign season. We fully understand that to be effective, our ground game needs to be ready to roll before the Libertarian Party of Utah State Convention in 2018.
We would like to welcome Allyson Brinkerhoff to Team Bowden, who will be heading up coordination in the Taylorsville area. She has been an integral part of the Bowden Team in previous races and has the motivation and leadership capacity from serving as a United States Marine in the past.
We would also like to extend a warm welcome to Esteban Acosta, another volunteer from campaign work with Craig Bowden, who will be heading up the coordination efforts in the Layton area. He has also volunteered to assist with efforts at the University of Utah.
We cannot forget to mention Rees Empey stepping up to help coordinate at Utah State. He was a volunteer who really helped make a difference in the 2016 campaign, hosting booths and canvassing for Craig. Adding to his resume of being an intern at Washington, D.C., he brings a newer level of experience much needed in 2018.
Aside from our new volunteers who have stepped up into coordinating roles for the campaign, we have been getting orders placed to stock up for the many events we will need to be present for. Bumper stickers, t-shirts, yard signs, business cards, and informational flyers have all started flowing into the campaign headquarters.
We have also formed a CrowPac page to showcase endorsements and pledged donations leading up to 2018. We invite you to head over there to make a pledge to donate, as well as write why you think Craig Bowden should be the next U.S. Senator from Utah. Just click here.
Be sure to keep inviting people to follow us on Twitter and Facebook, as social media has become a vital tool in the political arena. We need as many people as possible liking and sharing the information we put out.
We aren’t merely pushing for office, we are pushing for a revolution.
Not Left. Not Right. Just Free.