Students signing petitions opposed to online petitions

Online Petitions: Is it time to get rid of the clipboard?

by Elena Veatch

You don’t need a clipboard for online petitions, but you do need a strategy. Online petitions are a great way to bolster your supporter base around an issue. You can use a digital action as a hook to get folks involved with your campaign or cause in the long run. List building isn’t always easy, quick, or cheap—make sure you plan ahead so you can do it right and make the most out of your new supporters.

7 Questions with Lewis Granofsky

7 Questions with Ballot Initiative Expert, Lewis Granofsky

by The Campaign Workshop

Lewis Granofsky is a successful and experienced political and grassroots organizer, and a partner at FieldWorks. He has extensive field experience managing ballot initiatives, community-based marketing programs, canvassing, and activist recruitment.

Social Activism

Petition vs. Action: Social Activism Online and Offline

by The Campaign Workshop

When Donald Trump won the election in 2016, a wave of social activism took over the country and has been building ever since. People are taking to the streets and protesting on an almost weekly basis. Many advocacy organizations have benefited from this momentum and gained supporters and donations.