HAPPY VALLEY, OR – Over the weekend, the Lori Chavez-DeRemer campaign reached a milestone by knocking on more than 10,000 doors since the beginning of April. Lori Chavez-DeRemer and her team of community leaders, volunteers, and concerned citizens have been knocking daily, sharing stories and listening to voters and their concerns.
“I have been knocking on doors daily, having knocked a little more than 5,000 homes so far. The most frequent thing I hear from our voters is that they want someone to be their voice in government,” said Chavez-DeRemer. “The voters I’ve talked to feel that they are missing that voice and the current status quo isn’t working. They want somebody to fight for their issues and concerns in Salem. Our campaign is a team of grassroots activists and we will make sure that we knock on every single door this election cycle.”
Mayor Chavez-DeRemer is gaining momentum and support from across the aisle. Most recently, Lori received the Independent Party nomination, a credit to her bipartisan record and willingness to be open and transparent with constituents.
“My cell phone is on every palm card that we hand at the door because I believe in open transparency and dialogue with constituents,” said Chavez-DeRemer. “I will never say to a voter that you have to ‘call my office’ first. Give me a call and I will make sure to hear what you have to say. The power of listening is missing and I want to make sure I hear every single voice in House District 51.”
For Media Inquiries, please contact Jihun Han at Jihun@lorichavezderemer.com,