West Chester, Ohio Activist Training
Event Date: 20th September, 2012
Our nation was founded by ordinary citizen activists desiring a government that was accountable to the people. It’s 2012 and cities, counties, and school districts across our nation are seeing the effects of the visible lack of principled, conservative leadership as they face unbalanced budgets, uncontrolled debt, and residents who are fed-up with government intrusion into their lives and wallets.
The need for new leaders to come forward, to take a stand for free-market and limited government principles and to commit to defending Constitutional principles is as strong as ever. American Majority’s goal is to provide the tools and resources that will help you become effective activists in your community.
American Majority is pleased to announce an Activist Training in West Chester, Ohio on September 20th. The training will be held at the Ohio State Office, located at 5430 West Chester Road, West Chester Ohio 45069. It will run from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM. The cost is free, but space is limited and pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Full training materials will be provided and are included in the cost.
The event will be geared toward giving activists the resources and information that will help them effectively organize in their communities to defend limited government and free market principles.
Topics* to be covered during the training include:
- GOTV: for a campaign’s GOTV effort can have a measurable impact on the results of an election, and may even decide victory. Learn what it takes to be an effective volunteer and prepare to work for your candidate of choice.
- How the Left Does It: Community Organizing: This presentation provides an in-depth account of ACORN’s community organizing plan from the arrival of the organizer to the handing off of the neighborhood to volunteer leaders.
- How the Left Does It: Precinct Work & GOTV: This presentation provides a description of the GOTV operations of ACORN and SEIU. We highlight the preexisting political infrastructure that operates and grows year-round, linking local issues and concerns to state or national candidates, precinct captains, etc. Coalitions (particularly between ACORN and ProjectVote) use simple tactics such as door knocking for real results.
- Precinct Power: Knowing what a precinct is and why it’s important is the key to impacting the vote tally in your community. Crunching the numbers, making sure that precinct captains are in-place, and making sure the voter registration logs are up-to-date are crucial to getting the results you want.
- Ten Steps to Full Speed: A list of 10 practical things that local activists and volunteers can do to impact election results.
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
- Topics are subject to change.
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