Volunteers for Bernie Sanders have smashed the campaign’s goal to make 10 million phone calls to voters across the country before the Iowa caucuses on Monday.
Deputy Distributed Organizing Director Jack Califano confirmed the total in a tweet on Saturday night.
The campaign had initially started the year with a goal of 5 million calls, but raised the bar after beating that target in just three weeks.
Sanders’ campaign reached another milestone Saturday, announcing that its volunteers have knocked on 500,000 doors in Iowa since the start of January.
The Iowa caucuses will be held Monday night.