Guest Post by Kristina Keats
So what is a tag line? It is a pithy message that defines your campaign. Before you design any literature, write any speeches, or in any way market yourself, you should have a tag line that works for you. If it is good, it should be easy to remember and easy for you to explain your ideas and platform as it relates to your tag line. Continue reading
The first step in raising money for your political campaign is figuring out who you are going to ask for money. Continue reading
Never make a volunteer wait!! The volunteer is giving you the most precious thing anyone has – their time. If you waste it, they will not come back again.
If a volunteer calls or walks in, you should make him/her a priority. If you are on the phone, get off and talk to the volunteer. If you are working on another task, drop it and greet the volunteer. Treat him/her as the precious guest he/she is. Continue reading
You need to find volunteers to help you with the many tasks associated with a campaign. Start by asking your friends and neighbors to give you time since they are your most likely volunteers. Meet local Republican groups and ask for help from them as well. Continue reading