5 Tips for Your Political Candidate Website

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Build Your Candidate Website to Engage with Voters

Building a candidate website is one of the first steps you and your team need to take after you decide to run for office. But a lot of candidate websites end up coming across as clunky, hard to use, or dated. Your website is the first version of you that many voters are introduced to, so it needs to make the right impression.

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Running for Office? Tackle These 5 Digital Tasks First

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Make Sure You Are Running for Office the Right Way Getting Your Digital Game is On Point.

So you’ve decided you’re running for office. What are your first steps? Maybe calling friends and family to let them know the news? Starting to ask for donations for your campaign? Hiring a campaign manager? It’s possible you haven’t yet thought about some key digital items that will make your big announcement a big success.

 

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7 Questions with Social and Behavior Change Expert, Meg Ahern

7 Questions with Meg Ahern

7 Questions on Harnessing the Social and Behavioral Sciences

Meg Ahern is a social and behavior change expert working in international development, and author of the new guide, The Science of Influence: Harnessing Neuroscience and the Social Sciences
for Effective Democratic Campaigns. 
She focused her dissertation at Michigan on the role of emotion and social context in perception, cognition and memory, and did her postdoc in the sociology of knowledge at The University of Chicago. Since 2014, Meg has been working in international development in DC, where she's focused primarily on gender equality, social inclusion, and organizational development for USAID, UNICEF, and the Global Partnership for Education at the World Bank. 

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