• How to Find a Political Campaign Job

    Aug 03, 2020 by Claire Regan

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    Five Quick Tips for Landing Your Next Political Campaign Job 

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  • The Case for Campaign Unionization

    Dec 06, 2018 by Claire Regan

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    Campaign unionization is important. Just because you work on a campaign doesn't mean you can't unionize.

    Campaign unionization, is it right for your campaign? It seem obvious that Democrats should be supportive of campaign unionization… right? Not necessarily.

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  • 7 Questions with BallotReady

    Jul 09, 2018 by Elena Veatch

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    7 Questions with Alex Niemczewski, CEO of BallotReady

    Alex Niemczewski is the CEO of BallotReady, an online voter guide for local, state, and national elections. In 2015, BallotReady started with a test run in Chicago’s 2015 mayoral runoff election on a budget of only $180. This year, BallotReady will be available in all fifty states.

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  • How to Find a Political Campaign Job

    Mar 27, 2017 by Joe Fuld

    Please! Get out on the Road and Find a Political Campaign Job!

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  • Campaign Job | Climbing the political Ladder

    Dec 30, 2016 by The Campaign Workshop

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    Making the Most of Campaign Jobs

    Campaign jobs are a good place to start your career. When you first start to work on campaigns, everything is new and exciting. For many of us, we didn’t care what kind of grunt work we did; we just wanted to be in the fight. But, if a long-term career in politics interests you, there are some smart steps you can take early on with a campaign job that will help advance your career.

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  • Campaign message tips - Stay on Message No Matter What

    Jun 05, 2014 by The Campaign Workshop

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    Campaign Message Tips: Stay on Message Even When It Is Personal

    Staying consistent with your campaign message is not easy. When first entering into politics some people may tell you to “never take it personal,” referring to the awful things people may say about you or your issues. "Stay on Message" "You need to have campaign message discipline" - is something you hear over and over again but that is easier in theory than reality. 

    If we lived in a world that was devoid of feelings and emotions then this could be possible, but luckily we do not. We want our representatives to have an emotional attachment to their constituents and the issues affecting them. There is, however, a time when we must try not to take it personally and battle a brick wall that will never move.

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