• GOTV Script Writing

    Aug 10, 2020 by Martín Diego Garcia

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    GOTV Script Writing Is An Art - Try Our tips for Canvassing, Phone Banking & SMS

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  • Digital GOTV; On Your Mark, Get Set, Get Out The Vote

    Oct 21, 2019 by Joe Fuld and Claire Regan

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    How to Win the Game of Digital GOTV

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  • 7 Questions on GOTV with Political Scientist Donald Green

    Oct 14, 2019 by Elena Veatch

    GOTV Questions

    Donald Green Shares the Latest Insights on Building Effective GOTV Programs 

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  • GOTV with BallotReady

    Oct 25, 2018 by The Campaign Workshop

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    Make a plan to vote! How BallotReady can help you improve your GOTV strategy

    BallotReady is an online voter guide for local, state and national races. This week, we interviewed Alex Niemczewski to discuss how BallotReady can be used to amp up your GOTV campaign strategy.

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  • How can campaigns call cell phones for GOTV?

    Oct 18, 2018 by Joe Fuld

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    Marty Stone answers 7 questions on calling cell phones for GOTV

    For the longest time you could not call cell phones in an efficient way but now Stones Phones has some exciting new technology to make it easier to call cell phones using volunteers or paid phone banks. We asked Marty Stone 7 questions on calling cell phones for GOTV. He answered our questions here:

    How can campaigns call cell phones for GOTV?

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  • Digital GOTV Plan Why You Need One

    Oct 15, 2018

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    Digital GOTV Plan: A Must for Today’s Campaigns

    A good digital GOTV plan, is not your father’s get out the vote effort. It used to be that GOTV was driven by walk lists, yard signs, door hangers, coffee and doughnuts. But as folks start to focus more on digital GOTV, having an actual plan to push turnout digitally is a must in our interconnected world. You still need the doughnuts and door hangers, but digital will add a layer of outreach that you did not have before.

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  • 7 GOTV Questions with Pandora

    Oct 11, 2018

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    How you should incorporate Pandora digital radio into your GOTV strategy

    As Election Day approaches, it's important to get to work on your GOTV strategy. This week, we interviewed some folks from Pandora Radio - a music streaming service - about how political campaigns can integrate digital radio to improve their 'get out the vote' strategies. 

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  • County Democratic Party and The GOOD Method

    May 14, 2015 by The Campaign Workshop

    County Democratic Party

    A County Democratic Party Can Be Difficult to Run. 

    Before we dive down into the dos and don’ts, of helping your County Democratic Party , let's take some time and talk about what a County Democratic Party should do.

    County Democratic Party’s goal is to do one thing: elect Democrats. No matter the size, scope, or influence of your County Democratic Party – this is your objective. How you do this is a different story. Using what we call the GOOD Method, you can take your County Democratic Party to the next level.

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  • GOTV: What Do You Need for Get Out The Vote?

    Jun 26, 2014 by Sophie Thurber

    GOTV- here is what you need for get out the vote

    GOTV is Your Friend (With Benefits)

    GOTV matters. Campaigns require long hours, uncomfortable conversations about money and immense dedication from the candidate, staffers and volunteers.  After all the time and money you pour into a campaign (not to mention your sanity), it’s important to finish strong with a robust GOTV program.  Here are a few things to think about for Get Out The Vote as you plan your last push to the finish line:

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