We have large 3' x 8' street signs available for distribution and posting. We need volunteers to distribute and display signs. We want these signs in places that are very visible! If you live on a major street, busy intersection, have a suggestion, or have a vehicle to deliver and set up signs at locations around the valley please contact email@example.com.
Our wonderful volunteers continue to collect petitions for our campaign.
Their dedication is inspiring. Even though the campaign turned in twice the number of signatures needed to be a certified candidate -- more than 11,000 - we are still collecting petitions. A special thank you to our volunteers who validated all the signatures. We will make a supplemental addition to our signature drive before the May 26 deadline.
A few thousand new yard signs arrived, and the volunteers are assembling them this week and getting them out the door to our supporters.
Our phones are ringing off the walls and were it not for our regular volunteers answering lines, we would all be overwhelmed.
Many volunteers have stepped forward placing phone calls for J.D. Hayworth - And we thank you! With your support the word is getting out but the push continues. We are looking for even more friendly and neighborly voices. Phone calls are making a difference and the momentum continues to build.
To volunteer in any capacity please contact our office at:
JD Hayworth 2010
3129 E. Cactus Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85032
The Week in Review
We have been turned into a 24/7 operation and last week we were especially busy.
J.D. did television, radio and print interviews. He traveled from early in the morning until late at night. He's outworking our incumbent Senator at every turn.
Last Thursday he spoke on a Christian radio show, then did an interview with ABC Channel 15 news in Phoenix. Then there was a quick fund raising trip to Los Angeles which included a West Coast television interview.
Back in Arizona early Friday, he flew to Tucson. He spoke at the Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation panel and then went to a Green Valley Town Hall meeting.
The Sun City West Republican Club turned out a great crowd for him on Saturday morning and that afternoon another great crowd heard him in Tonopah. But J.D. wasn't done - he went on to the Arizona Rifle and Pistol Association Banquet.
CBS featured J.D. Sunday morning on Face the Nation with Harry Smith. He debated Illinois Congressman Luis Gutierrez over illegal immigration. Monday was another national television program followed by an evening Tea Party Campaign speech.