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Bozeman, MT New Leaders Campaign Training

Event Date: 7th February, 2013

With school board elections & municipal elections approaching in 2013, many communities are preparing. American Majority Montana’s New Leaders Project is designed to motivate and equip the hard working citizens across our state to become part of the solution to the problems that they see every day in their communities, from out-of-control town budgets to excessive regulations. It is time for new leaders to step forward as candidates for school boards, town councils and other state and local offices.

American Majority Montana believes that our elected officials should be held accountable for their decisions. If they don’t do the job that they are elected to do, they should be challenged. While running for local office is no simple thing, it can be done successfully with a limited budget, small staff and the proper support and training.

On February 7, 2013 in Bozeman, Montana, American Majority will be holding a New Leaders Campaign Training for those interested in becoming future candidates, campaign staff and campaign volunteers. If you are interested in running for office or in learning how to recruit and support new leaders, this training is for you. Various topics will be addressed, including Fundraising, Campaign Management, GOTV and Precinct Captains.

The training will take place from 6pm-9pm in the Bozeman Public Library (small conference room). Registration for the event is $15.00 per person. Free Pizza will be provided!

Political Training Registration

American Majority 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

Address: 626 East Main Street Bozeman, MT 59715, (406) 582-2400

For more information please contact Jeremy Carpenter at JeremyC@AmericanMajority.org or at 406-585-3405.


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