Radtke Campaign Submits Over 21,000 Signatures to State Elections Board.

Posted by sgtcajones   // March 12, 2012   // Comments Off

The Radtke for Senate campaign has collected over 21,000 votes to get her on the ballot for the June primary, and to make her eligible to participate in the scheduled debates against George Allen.

The campaign volunteers were able to meet this requirement three weeks ahead of the deadline through a grass roots effort by volunteers using a method that targeted voters who had previously voted in Republican primary elections.

It is likely they will easily meet the 10,000 vote requirement unlike two of the presidential primary candidates who turned in over 10,000 signatures but did not meet the 15,000 signature threshold of the RPV. The campaign released this video to supporters to announce their success.


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