Are you curious about how to put everything together that we talk about on the Commonwealthy podcast? Does it just all seem so overwhelming? Well, don’t worry. Today I am going to explain how to use our detailed campaign planner, which is free from Commonwealthy, so that you can have every step of your political campaign for local office planned out.
John Tsarpalas: Today on Commonwealthy, we are going to step aside from the campaign trail and talk about school board issues. Most of the local offices in America are school boards. There are lots and lots of things happening in those boards and in those districts and in those schools. Continue reading →
A good script for voters becomes a conversation with the voter instead of a volunteer talking “at” a voter. This requires asking a voter a question within seconds of connecting. That is why it is best to begin every script with: Continue reading →
This week Tina Keats is back on the podcast with me to discuss targeting voters. Since you probably can’t talk to every person in your precinct, you will need to be selective in order to be the most efficient with your time and resources. Where do you start?
I am excited to have Tina join me as we talk about what to do with the data that you collected after podcast #3, Analyzing Past Election Results. If you have not listened to that episode yet, make sure to check it out so that you will have a good understanding of the data that we discuss in this podcast. Continue reading →