From the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee news release: ‘DCCC Chairwoman Cheri Bustos announced today that Kate Schroder has been named to the DCCC’s highly competitive Red to Blue program.
Schroder has earned a spot on the Red to Blue program by surpassing aggressive goals for grassroots engagement, local support, campaign organization and fundraising. Beyond her record of service and demonstrated ability to build a winning campaign infrastructure, Schroder has an authentic message that connects with voters in Ohio’s 1st Congressional District and deep ties to the diverse communities she aims to serve.
Recent DCCC Polling shows that after positive bios, Schroder is in a statistical tie with incumbent Congressman Steve Chabot (47-48) with Vice President Biden leading President Trump (50-46).
DCCC Chairwoman Cheri Bustos released the following statement:
“As a cancer survivor and public health advocate, Kate Schroder knows firsthand the life-saving value of good health insurance and the stakes that come when protections for pre-existing conditions are threatened. And as a fifth-generation Cincinnatian, Kate’s connection to her district is unmatched. Voters in Ohio’s 1st Congressional District are ready for a change in leadership, and Kate’s professional experience, particularly in the middle of a global pandemic, make her the perfect person to offer Ohioans the representation they need.”
Nationwide, there are 19 candidates on the DCCC’s Red to Blue program. Red to Blue is a highly competitive and battle-tested DCCC program that arms top-tier candidates with organizational and fundraising support to help them continue to develop strong campaigns. Additionally, through Red to Blue, the DCCC provides strategic guidance, staff resources, candidate trainings and more.’