This week I will walk you through one of the best ways to ensure a win in your local election: going door to door. This practical podcast will teach you everything you need to know in order to make the most of your time and be successful at knocking on doors in your community.
John Tsarpalas: If you want to win your election, the most important thing you can do is go door to door. It’s Commonwealthy episode #10. Hey, we made it to double digits! Door to Door.
We’ve all heard the saying “all politics is local.” And what’s more local than a candidate or an activist going door to door talking to voters about their campaign, voting for them, or an issue? So today on Commonwealthy, I’d like to talk about the art of going door to door. Because there is an art to it. It takes practice and you’ll get better and better at it. I’ve got some tips and some thoughts on what you need to do to make it more interesting and keep it comfortable for yourself.
John Tsarpalas: The Commonwealthy podcast, training people who understand the benefits of small, limited government to win elections. This is episode number 7, the Petition Process. Today I’ll be rejoined by Kristina Keats, my friend and partner. And we will be discussing getting on the ballot through petition process. And the petition process is not only used to get candidates on the ballot, but it’s also used on the initiative and referendum process. So join us.