Hillary Clinton’s campaign has vowed to be “no surprises” after the presidential election.
The presumptive Democratic nominee’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, said on Wednesday that he expects “no more surprises” in the months ahead, including an “unprecedented” number of volunteers in the battleground states of Florida and North Carolina.
“I’m confident in the fact that we are going to have people on the ground, I’m confident that we’re going to be able to get out there and get out to all of these different states,” Mook told reporters.
“We’re going make sure that the people who we’re doing this for are going out there on a weekly basis, that we have the infrastructure in place to do it, that they’re all on the same page, that the voters understand the stakes and they want to have the opportunity to have a say in the direction of their future,” he added.
The campaign has said that in the two weeks since the election, it has received over 1 million phone calls, more than 1 million Facebook messages and more than 50,000 Twitter messages.
The campaign is hoping that it can take advantage of this wave of volunteers and voter turnout to help win back the White House.