Door Knocking, Phone Banking, and GOTV!
The past week has been packed with "get out the vote" efforts by way of phone-banking and door-knocking. Our team is cranking out nearly 11,000 calls per day and is leading every other campaign in the state in that capacity!

Even more exciting, we have been out-raising our opponent which has allowed us to dominate the airwaves to spread our message even further. Their campaign is clearly flustered and continues to make careless mistakes from bullying our interns online to frantic press releases and blatantly false advertising.

Since day one, our campaign has focused on job creation and economic growth. After partaking in 8 debates to allow voters the opportunity to compare and contrast our campaign vs. our opponent's, the numbers are showing that are message is resonating, while the Clinton-Dittmar agenda is flailing.

We are entering the final stretch and need all hands on deck to help not only our campaign, but Mr. Trump's as well. In fact, recent polling shows a competitive race for the White House.

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Tom in the News
No Candidate Better Than Garrett for Congress

We’re endorsing Garrett for Congress in part because he understands the importance of getting things done.

“No party has a monopoly on good ideas,” Garrett said in a recent interview. “Throwing out the baby with the bath water is never a good idea.”

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State Senator, Former Prosecutor, Seeks 5th District Seat
“Following nearly six years on active duty, I left for law school and a career of service as a federal and state prosecutor, first in the Office of the Attorney General and later as an elected commonwealth’s attorney in Louisa County,” he added.

“During that tenure, I successfully prosecuted cases ranging from child exploitation and armed robbery to abduction and murder.”

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5th District Candidate on the Issues: National Security

“Until we have an FBI director say ‘yes, we can adequately vet these people, then we shouldn't be taking these young men from areas with ongoing radical Islamist bloodshed."

For full news clip and article, please click here.

Dittmar Didn't Look Out for Us
In February 2015, I watched Ms. Dittmar smooth-talk and smile her way through a board meeting packed with angry, anxious residents begging supervisors to keep the proposed U.S. 29 Western Bypass and spare our business district from incapacitating traffic. The pleas from business owners, workers, and surrounding suburban residents left her unmoved.

Consequently, the grade-separated intersection at Rio Road and U.S. 29 was built at a huge expense, but has eliminated only one traffic light.

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5th District Candidate on the Issues: Jobs and Economy
Republican Tom Garrett says easing the regulatory burden on businesses will make the economy healthier.

“Job creators use revenues to grow their businesses and create more jobs and so absolutely that regulatory burden is the number one item mentioned to us when we speak to job creators across the district."

For full news clip and article, please click here.
Pictures from the Campaign Trail
Tom speaks at a Republican Rally in Warrenton on November 5 alongside Ed Gillespie, Rob Bell, Michael Webert, Jill Vogel, and Bryce Reeves.
Staff, volunteers, and interns participate in a phone bank in Charlottesville on Halloween night.
Tom participates in a phone-bank at Bedford HQ with Acting Commonwealths Attorney Wes Nance on October 28.
Tom speaks with workers at Piedmont Metal Products in Bedford, Virginia.
Time speaks with a Sheriff's Deputy in Bedford on October 28.
Pictured is Tom and Flanna with Carly Fiorina at a fundraiser for Team Tom in Fauquier County.