Learning how to do research for a political campaign is a must if you want to run for local office. Whether you are running a campaign by yourself or on a slate, knowing how to research your opponent or opponents and yourself can make all of the difference between winning and losing. Continue reading
John Tsarpalas: It occurred to me during the last podcast that I was talking about you need to know your opposition (who you are running against). That was the podcast about running on a slate. Who you are running against? What’s the slate going to stand for? What is the big issue in the election?
It dawned on me that we had not talked about doing research. So this Commonwealthy #76, Research for a Political Campaign. Continue reading
Have you thought about running for office on a slate? If you have been thinking about running for your local township board, county board or school board, then you should consider if running on a slate would be the best option for you. Today we are going to cover the pros and cons of running on a slate, with a PAC, and as an individual. Continue reading
John Tsarpalas: As we are now in the local political campaign season with spring elections coming up upon us quickly and I have clients asking me questions, I was thinking you probably have similar questions. Let’s talk about political slates. This is Commonwealthy #75, Running for Office on a Slate. Continue reading