"We felt there needed to be a presence here," she said. "We've found a lot of support and people who want to get involved, and we felt we needed a place for everyone to focus their energy."
She said the PAC raised enough money to rent the Lee Street space and pay for six cellphones through November.
The office will be open daily and staffed by volunteers. Palmer said 16 had signed up to work Saturday.
Volunteers will call people and ask them to register to vote and to be sure to get out on Election Day to support the full Democratic ticket.
Palmer said some of the volunteers were attending the Democratic National Convention this week and were hoping to build on the enthusiasm the event has generated for the party base.
"Volunteers are energized and they're getting ready to get started," she said. "We were feeling that enthusiasm actually before the convention. I'm sure the convention will help take it up a notch."
While the Democratic group is marking the opening of its PAC office Saturday morning, Republicans are planning an event of their own at their office in the Charleston Town Center today.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate John Raese will be on hand for a town hall meeting at noon Friday at the GOP Victory Center in the mall. Raese plans to take questions from the public during the event.
Raese is facing Democratic incumbent Joe Manchin in the November election.
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