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COS Action election efforts a huge success! Victories in 6 key states

Published in Blog on November 12, 2020 by Convention Of States

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This election season, our state teams for Convention of States Action embarked on a massive phone banking and block walking effort in several states around the country.

We're happy to report that their efforts were a huge success!

Here's a rundown of what happened:

  • Ohio - 2 GOP candidates won open seats.
  • North Carolina - 2 GOP candidates defeated Dem incumbents, and 6 GOP candidates held their seats in tight races.
  • South Carolina - 5 GOP challengers defeated Dem incumbents, 5 GOP candidates won open seats, and 7 GOP incumbents got re-elected.
  • West Virginia - Our former House and Senate sponsors got re-elected, and 2 Republican candidates won open seats.
  • Wisconsin - 1Our sponsor got re-elected, Republican candidates won 4 open seats, and incumbent supporters won re-election in 8 districts
  • Pennsylvania - 3 Republican incumbents kept their seats, despite having been targeted by the Left.

Thanks to these efforts, we've never been in a better position to reach the 34-state threshold required to call a Convention of States and limit the power, scope, and jurisdiction of the federal government.

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