Why doing doors is important for local politicians
I preach it all the time, and I often get this look like, “Really? It seems like such a waste of time.”
Well, someone commenting on my Facebook page about the Bill Kramer situation should be a reminder to every local politician that a knock on the door of an identified voter is important:
Michael Pipkin: I hope things work out for Bill. He put the time in. He showed up at my doorstep three times in person, and came back the other two knowing I was in his camp just for feedback. That is rare.
It doesn’t mean Pipkin is going to give Bill the benefit of the doubt in this case. But it does show the good will that comes from just knocking on someone’s door and asking for their vote.