Run a Winning Campaign, Then Try These Self-Care Ideas
You’ve worked hard to run a strong campaign—now you can carve out some space for some post-election self-care ideas!
People Are Searching for Your Political Campaign Online; Do You Have Your Digital Ducks in a Row?
From a small, local candidate race for city council to a statewide campaign, every political campaign needs to have a digital presence these days. It’s easy, cheap and one of the best ways to stay engaged with your supporters. Here are five things we think every political campaign should be doing digitally for 2020 (and beyond).
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.
Win Your Primary with Direct Mail!
Direct mail can be your campaign saving grace. Running for office can be overwhelming. There is a steep learning curve with very little room for error and a lot to consider. Always remember that once you formulate a strong, clear message for your campaign, the most important part of a primary campaign is getting that message out to voters. What better way to do this than via direct mail?
This Year, Kick Ass! 9 Campaign Plan Tips To Give You The Best Chance of Winning
If you’re running for office, you’re going to need a campaign plan. Your campaign plan should outline the challenges and opportunities you anticipate facing over the course of the election cycle as well as your priorities and goals. With these 9 campaign plan tips, you will give yourself the best chance of winning your race:
Advocacy Strategies: Lame Duck Sessions Can Help Achieve Advocacy Goals
Just because your political campaign is over, doesn't mean it's the end.
Whether you won or lost your political campaign, the 2018 Election Cycle is over. Like us, you're probably pretty exhausted. These past months you've likely been getting your hands dirty and working tirelessly on your campaign cause, and we want to help you clean up both your literal and figurative mess.
Here are our tips on how to end a campaign: