WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – Volunteers for the Hillary Clinton Campaign canvassed the streets of Warren for their candidate Sunday afternoon.
Volunteers set out to talk with voters about the difference between Donald Trump’s vision for the economy versus Clinton’s plans to create an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top.
The idea of Sunday’s canvas was to get out and talk with voters who may still be undecided, or need to update their voter registration. The volunteers targeted a handful of neighborhoods across Niles and Warren.
Overall, organizers and volunteers said events like these help urge people to get out and vote.
“Out ultimate message is to let the folks know in Trumbull County she represents Trumbull County, she represents the middle class. She is focused on the issues and she is for us, and we need to get out there and we need to vote for her and support her,” said volunteer Gina Angle.
Saturday, volunteers for the Trump Campaign followed the same formula, canvassing across Mahoning County to help secure the Republican vote.
Both campaigns plan on continuing to get out and speak with voters leading up to the election, which is only 79 days away.