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More Ideas to Create Better Candidate Mail Our latest SlideShare presentation dives into the design of political direct mail once more with a focus on reaching all types of viewers. Creating your design around how the “throw away,” “skimmer” and “in-depth reader” audience types will help you build a piece that gets your message[…]
My Journey to Political Consulting This is the story of how I made a career transition and became a political consultant. I write this so that others who are thinking about a political career can take away some insights on how to enter the field. There are as many ways to work in the political arena[…]
This year there are FIVE candidates running to be Chair of the Wisconsin Democratic Party. I got to meet and chat with many of them at the Congressional District 8 Convention in April, but not everyone has the chance to get their information in person. To help, I’m compiling information here on each candidate. […]
A County Growing from Rural to Suburban Hays County, Texas, is south-southwest of Austin and stretches about halfway to San Antonio. For most states, it’s a decent sized area at 680 square miles and has a population of about 160,000 residents. The Commissioner Precinct 2 area juts up directly against Travis County and includes the growing[…]
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Yes, You Have to Raise Money to Run for Office Fundraising is one of the most important jobs of a candidate for office. If you’re averse to getting on the phone and asking for money, I hope you’re independently wealthy or running in a VERY small district. I just finished working on some campaigns in[…]
We were excited to dive into Texas local politics again this spring for the West Lake Hills City Council elections. Sanford Advocacy Marketing was hired to execute a direct mail program to help re-elect two incumbent city council members, Stan Graham and Linda Anthony, who drew “property rights” style Tea Party opponents. We also worked to pass water[…]
“It’s Hard to Find Good Help These Days” Staffing is a huge issue for campaigns and non-profit organizations. The challenge is magnified depending on your region’s culture and population size. Timing is an issue, too: in a presidential election cycle, smaller and regional or city/county sized campaigns and groups have trouble finding good workers because there tends to be[…]
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Everybody’s Doing It, Right? “Hey, my opponent has yard signs all over the place. I saw ten on the side of the road on my way to work. WE HAVE TO GET YARD SIGNS… NOW NOW NOW!!” No. “What?” No. At least, until your real voter contact program is fully funded. Yard Signs Don’t Vote Printers[…]
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