Here’s a tip for taking better event photos. Just like your selfies on Tinder, it’s all about angles and perspective.
Cara Schulz via https://my.lp.org/engage/ list:
The next Campaign Strategy Series Call is on Hosting Political Events. How do you plan a political event that is open to the public? What steps should you take? How can you get people to attend and press coverage? Join us for this 30 minute call on October 3rd at 8pm Central on How to Plan a Political Event.
You must register for this call. Call details are sent out by email.
We’ve been recording previous calls, but don’t blow off joining the call – technology can always fail. Plus, if you join the call you can ask the expert questions.
Last week’s call was on Doorknocking and included a script very different from ones you’ll find online. It also included a tip on how bacon and catnip can help you win your election. Meeting Recording:
Last month the topic was Phonebanking. Kirsten Pomales and Jeff Mitchell went over the uses and different strategies, how to create a phone bank, script writing, and managing volunteers.
Want the National LP social media to promote your campaign?
Make a short (1.5 minute or less) video on why you are running for office. You can do this with your phone, just make sure the video isn’t shaky or dark. Be sure to say your name, state, seat you’re running for, and if it is a partisan or nonpartisan race. A good example was sent in by Tim Silfies.
Upload your video here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1McRCWVM5ew2Tbn4emi8JcUMSVRigbMMP?usp=sharing
Or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Want even MORE exposure for your campaign?
Make the LP a cohost of your events. If you or your candidate is invited to a debate and you make a Facebook event for it, please add LP National’s Facebook page (facebook.com/libertarians) as a CO-HOST of the event.
This displays your event on LP National’s FB account. Remember to include instructions for how to watch the debate, such as a link for the live broadcast from the television station (you usually have to ask the television station producers for these details) or a notice that the campaign will be live streaming on Facebook (your campaign will need to plan accordingly for a Facebook live stream). Not sure how to do that? Watch this short video on how to make the LP a cohost of your event.
Final tip: As we head into the final, busy days of the campaign, don’t make To Do lists. Instead, add the items you need to do onto your daily calendar with the length of time allotted to the task blocked off. If you have more tasks than time, prioritize and/or delegate.
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