Last week, the Republican National Committee's (RNC) political and data team discussed our state of the art data driven ground game and how it is being applied in West Virginia and throughout the nation.
In case you missed it, here are two stories highlighting our efforts in West Virginia:
WV MetroNews: RNC looks to use voter data to build off past success.
"The committee has invested more than $200 million over the last four years into its data program. Created models allow campaigns to understand the issues receiving public interest, which state leaders can use to understand how to best target potential voters. Justin Kemp, the regional data director for the mid-Atlantic region, said it all starts when a volunteer reaches out to a potential voter."
WTRF: With 2018 being a midterm election year, representatives are getting ready for the November races. "With the data they collected today and public information, they create a team of people that will be spreading the word of Republican initiatives from door-to-door. They say they use this method of local politics because you're more likely to vote right if your neighbor comes to your doorstep."