Matt Batzel, American Majority Action

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Conservative Group’s Ground-Game Knocks 60,000 Doors to

Get out the Vote

American Majority Action Spurring Conservative Voting


October 29, 2020 – With just days remaining in the 2020 election, American Majority Action (AMA) has just surpassed 60,000 door knocks focused on targeted voters in Wisconsin. AMA is leading the effort to turn out conservative voters, helping them to understand their right to vote in person on election day or the opportunities to vote with an absentee ballot.

Matt Batzel, the Wisconsin-based National Executive Director of American Majority Action, said, “While the Left is flying banners over Milwaukee to remind people to vote, American Majority Action is using direct voter contact that works. We are having face to face conversations with undecided voters at their doors from more than six feet away.  We have engaged in nearly 1,000,000 live voter touches over phone calls, door knocks, and text messages with targeted voters. Much attention is traditionally paid to spending on the airwaves, but a personal contact over the phone or from a volunteer texting you can make a lasting impression. We have found great reception from voters to our message of needing to get Wisconsin back to work and Keeping America Free.”

Face to face conversations are the highest form of voter engagement and are shown to greatly increase election turnout. AMA’s activist groundswell is powered by Voter Gravity’s groundbreaking technology that allows staff to quickly and accurately get out the vote through micro-targeting voters.


American Majority Action is a conservative organization dedicated to engaging citizens in the political process by mobilizing them in support of candidates who favor limited government, individual freedom and protecting the free market. AMA is founded on the belief that citizen engagement at the local, state and Federal levels will foster needed systemic change to preserve the American dream. American Majority Action coined the term “I Stand with Walker” during the 2011 protests in Madison and has been active in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, and 2019 elections in Wisconsin. Find out more at