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WLC Campus Majority Training

Event Date: 20th February, 2013

Today’s students are the future of our great country. As American Majority seeks to train a new generation of conservative leadership, we recognize that it is critical that we are developing students to influence their peers and learn how politics works. To that end, we are going on college campuses across Wisconsin to empower conservative students to accomplish their political goals and know what it takes to win elections.

American Majority is the leading political training organization on the Right and has trained 25,000 conservative activists, candidates and campaign managers in the last four years. In 2013, we are fighting to pave the way for growing conservative victories and preparing a corps of young conservatives to manage and staff campaigns.

American Majority Wisconsin is hosting a Campus Majority Campaign Training on Wednesday, February 20th at the 8800 W. Bluemound Road, Milwaukee, WI 53226. The room reserved is S109, located on the WLC Campus, Wauwatosa. The event is free and food will be provided. Event runs from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm.

The Campus Majority Campaign lectures provide extensive knowledge on the role volunteers play during an election, as well as how citizens can be engaged and effective in their community and organization.

The Campus Training Program includes the following topics*:

  • Advanced Social Media Training
    • How to Influence your Social Network
  • Campus Activism
  • Utilizing Cutting Edge Technology in Political Campaigns
  • Campaign Activism

Political Training Registration

If you have any questions or would like additional information, contact Michael Spoke, Campus Director – Wisconsin, by emailing You can also call 262-241-7945.

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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