americanmajorityaction.org
Oshkosh Campaign Training
Our nation was founded by ordinary citizen activists desiring a government that was accountable to the people. Today, ordinary citizens across our nation are tired of the status quo and ready to engage for the betterment of their communities. American Majority Action’s political training addresses these passions by providing education and resources to help you meet your goals. American Majority Action is pleased to announce that a New Leaders Campaign Training will be conducted on Friday, May 17th in Oshkosh WI to provide candidates with the tools necessary to become successful. If you are running for office, have ever thought about running for office, helping with a campaign or understanding more about the political process, plan on attending this event to learn what candidates need to do in order to win. The training will be held in the Athearn Room B at the Oshkosh Best Western Hotel 1 North Main St, Oshkosh, WI 54901. The training will run from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. On-site registration opens at 12:30 pm, but advance online registration is STRONGLY encouraged as space is limited. The cost is $15 per person. These costs include all materials. Topics* to be covered during the training include:Campaign Plan The Candidate: Ensuring you are on the ballot and other important information The Administration and Committee: Who is going to be most involved Communication: Strategy, messaging, medium, and positioning tactics Fundraising and Budget: Where is the money going to come from and how will it be spent Voters: Finding information on who votes, contacting voters through direct contact and GOTV efforts, and volunteers If you have any questions or would like additional information please contact Nate Nelson at Nate@am-action.org. You can also call 920-917-8001. American Majority Action is a non-profit and non-partisan political training organization whose mission is to train and equip a national network of leaders committed to individual freedom through limited government and the free market. * Topics are subject to change. REGISTER HERE