So you want to run for office. You know where you want to go, but getting there is a bit tricky. When is the deadline for getting on the ballot and how can you do so without getting knocked off by a technicality? What paperwork needs to be filed to legally run a campaign? How does one navigate the complicated web of campaign finance? What … [Read More]
Your ability to fundraise, whether you are a candidate or an organization, will determine your success. You need money to get your message out. The level to which you are taken seriously is mostly determined by the number listed on your last financial report. Individuals only truly buy into your mission when they write a check to your committee, regardless of the amount. And there … [Read More]
Thunderous applause as the band plays out your successful event. The hum of activity as attendees mill about between session rooms and convention space. Dozens of supporters signing up to support your campaign or cause after being pumped up by a rousing rally. A line out the door as attendees wait patiently to have their books signed by your special guest speaker after a delicious … [Read More]
No matter how much money you spend, a candidate without an effective ground game is like Patton without Third Army. Field operations have proven to have the highest percentage of voter conversion of any campaign effort, and they grow even more effective the further technology develops and the more pervasive campaign ads become.