Training People Who Understand the Benefits of Small Limited Government to Win Elections
The Commonwealthy podcast is hosted by John Tsarpalas. The weekly podcast is directed at candidates, activists and organizations that support free markets and limited government.
Introduction to the Commonwealthy Podcast
Would you like to be an influencer in your town or city? Do you have aspirations to run for public office? Do you believe in the importance of small, limited government? Then the Commonwealthy podcast is for you!
In this introduction episode, you’ll learn: • What is the purpose of Commonwealthy.com– learn the purpose of this podcast and who it is meant to serve. • Who is John Tsarpalas – learn who is this professional campaign trainer, winning campaign and candidate coach. • Why Commonwealthy welcomes questions – Ever want to ask a professional campaign consultant your most pressing questions? Find out how you can get the answers you need to win your election. Something you don’t understand about campaigns? Just ask.
The view of the Washington D.C. mall from the Speaker of the House’s balcony.
John Tsarpalas: What’s the Commonwealthy podcast about? It’s about running for and winning local elections. My name is John Tsarpalas. I train people who understand the benefits of small, limited governments to win elections. I am a professional political coach. My friends, associates, and myself will be here every week with one more step in the campaign process, along with ideas for activism to help move along the limited government freedom movement. So please join us every week. Feel free to leave comments at commonwealthy.com. Review us at iTunes. You can also leave a voice message at commonwealthy.com. On the right hand side, there is a black button on the side of the website. Click on that and we can record your questions and play them on the podcast and answer them for you. I am firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to drop me an email with your thoughts and questions. We are here to help you win elections. Let us know how we can help. Thanks!