FORMER NEW YORK MAYOR BLOOMBERG TO OPEN HARLEM CAMPAIGN OFFICE

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[2020 Elections\Mayor Mike Bloomberg]
On Saturday, Jan. 11th former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg will open a new 2020 field office, in Harlem, as part of national 'Day One' campaign organizing kickoff.
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Mike Bloomberg 2020 will open a new field office in Harlem on Saturday, January 11. This event is part of Bloomberg's Day One of a national organizing kickoff for the nationwide campaign to defeat Donald Trump and elect Mike Bloomberg President of the United States.

The Harlem office will be the Bloomberg campaign’s first field office in New York State.

Former Mayor and National Political Chair for Mike Bloomberg 2020 Michael Nutter will be on hand to open the office, welcome supporters and volunteers, and share why Mike Bloomberg is the best candidate to beat Donald Trump in November. Former Manhattan Borough President, C. Virginia Fields and Mike Bloomberg 2020 New York State Director, John Calvelli, will also attend.

Bloomberg's 2020 Harlem Field Office is located at 69 East 125th St. The event starts at 1:00 PM when the doors will be open to the media.

On Day One tomorrow, Mike Bloomberg 2020 will hold more than 150 voter engagement events across 27 states, marking a nationwide organizing campaign to elect Mike Bloomberg president of the United States.

According to the Bloomberg camp, since launched his candidacy, the campaign has focused on engaging voters, winning in every state, and building an infrastructure that can defeat Donald Trump in November.

The campaign claims they have already demonstrated organizational strength with more than 500 staff working in more than 30 states.

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