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BOSTON – As the Healey-Driscoll campaign gears up for a major weekend of action, they are reporting their success from the first weekend of early voting.

Last Saturday and Sunday, more than 1,000 volunteers hit the doors and the phones to encourage voters to get to the polls and support the Democratic ticket.

In total, volunteers knocked over 15,000 doors in 157 communities, made over 60,000 phone calls, and sent over 32,000 text messages.

Election day is Tuesday, November 8.

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“Now that early voting has started, our campaign is flexing our grassroots muscle that we’ve been building throughout this entire election,” said Healey Campaign Manager Jason Burrell. “Our volunteers are energized to make sure Massachusetts rejects Trumpism and elects a Democratic ticket that will grow this economy for everyone and protect reproductive freedom. We’re going to continue to hustle to reach as many voters as possible and encourage them to get out and vote.”

People interested in volunteering for Team Healey can visit here.

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