Linda McMahon's campaign for U.S. Senate is staging a grassroots outreach effort Saturday that will put the candidate in seven communities that day.
McMahon is calling it "Super Saturday." She has invited up to 500 volunteers to join her at each of the campaign's field offices across Connecticut with a goal of making 10,000 phone calls and knocking on 10,000 doors in one day.
"This type of grassroots effort is the best way to talk directly to voters about my plan to create jobs and cut taxes for the middle class," McMahon said in a oress release. "I look forward to working side by side with our dedicated team of volunteers and connecting with as many people as possible."
The campaign is already well on its way toward its goal of making 1,000,000 phone calls and knocking on 500,000 doors by Election Day, the press release said.
9:30 a.m. South Norwalk -- 136 Washington Street (Linda will greet volunteers at all eight field offices via conference call, then make phone calls to supporters and knock on doors in Norwalk neighborhood)
11:30 a.m. Waterbury -- 146 Highland Avenue (Linda will make phone calls to supporters and then knock on doors in Waterbury neighborhood)
1:00 p.m. Farmington -- 1051 Farmington Avenue (Linda will make phone calls to supporters)
2:15 p.m. Cromwell -- 51 Shunpike Road (Linda will make phone calls to supporters)
3:45 p.m. North Windham -- 351 Boston Post Road (Linda will knock on doors in North Windham neighborhood)
5:15 p.m. North Haven -- 556 Washington Avenue (Linda will make phone calls to supporters)
6:15 p.m. Bridgeport -- 3412 Fairfield Avenue (Linda will join volunteers and supporters for barbecue celebrating grand opening of Bridgeport field office)