This week, Tina Keats joins me again to discuss the ins and outs of working the room. Knowing how to successfully take advantage of being around large groups of people is important if you are going to win your election. Learn practical things that you need to know in order to thrive in this type of setting.
John Tsarpalas: Wherever there’s an event with a group of voters, you should introduce yourself. Talk to them. Shake hands. You are not kissing babies anymore though. This is Commonwealthy #9, Working the Room.
One of the basics every candidate needs to understand is working the room. I am here with Tina Keats. Let’s talk about what needs to happen when you show up at an event as a candidate.
John Tsarpalas: The Commonwealthy podcast, training people who understand the benefits of small, limited government to win elections. This is episode number eight, initiatives and referendums. Today I am going to be talking to my friend, Paul Jacob, who I consider the absolute leader in the world of initiative and referendum rights for our side. Paul and I will discussing types of referendums, initiatives, and the basics of the process.
Kristina Keats joins me again to discuss the petition process. We are going to dive into the nitty gritty details of petitioning so that you will be able to maximize your time. The one thing that we all need is more time, and we are going to show you how to petition so that you can be effective at getting the signatures you need at the same time as launching your campaign.