DEMOCRAT MIKE WALTNER (PA-3) TO KICK OFF
"7 COUNTIES IN 7 DAYS" DISTRICT TOUR
IN MOBILE CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS
Waltner to cover entire third district in week-long barnstorm
Erie, PA - On Wednesday, April 2, Democratic congressional candidate Mike Waltner will kick off a week-long tour of the third district, covering all seven counties in seven days. The tour will be conducted from a fully-wired mobile campaign headquarters, where Team Waltner will be able to run the campaign while on the road.
MIKE'S DISTRICT TOUR
The district tour will include stops in all seven counties of the third district within seven days. Events along the way will include business and residential canvassing, town hall meetings, community service events, endorsement announcements, and other exciting campaign happenings. "My campaign is based on the theme that ‘to lead is to serve,' Waltner said. "The only way that I can truly represent the people of this district is to hit the road, speak with as many people as possible to find out their needs, and discuss my plan for positive change and how I can serve them in Congress." Team Waltner will kick off the tour at 9:30 AM at 650 W 18th Street, Erie, our non-mobile headquarters.
WALTNER'S MOBILE CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS
The mobile campaign headquarters will have all the capacities of a regular campaign office. Mike and 5 campaign staff will be fully wired, and able to conduct all business from the vehicle. An office area will provide Mike with the space he needs to make phone calls, hold meetings and accomplish whatever else he needs. Members of the press are invited to join Mike on a tour of the mobile unit, and at any stop along the tour.
Wednesday, April 2 - Kick off in Erie, events in Armstrong County
Thursday, April 3 - Butler and Venango Counties
Friday, April 4 - Warren County
Saturday, April 5 - Crawford County
Sunday, April 6 - Mercer County
Monday, April 7 - Mercer County
Tuesday, April 8 - Erie County
For a more detailed itinerary feel free to contact David Kirk
About Mike Waltner
As a community organizer and Erie native, Mike Waltner has faced many of the hardships facing the people of Northwest Pennsylvania. Like more than 40,000 people in the 3rd district he doesn't have health care. To this day, his mother still works the graveyard shift at a gas station because she can not afford to retire. This background compelled Mike to dedicate his professional life and training as a Lay Minister to working in community service, helping ordinary Americans meet the extraordinary challenges that they face every day. This passion for public service and history of community leadership make him a new type of leader to represent the people of his district and bring positive change to Washington.