Fort Atkinson, WI Candidate, Campaign Manager and Activist Training
Every elected official, from school board member to state legislator to the President of the United States plays a vital role in shaping the policies and direction of our communities, states, and nation. These offices deserve men and women who are grounded in the principles of liberty and individual freedom. With the eyes of the nation on Wisconsin, it is more important now than ever before that we have defenders of liberty stepping forward to run for office. American Majority’s political training is designed to enhance your campaign effort through targeted education and resources.
American Majority Wisconsin and Rock River Patriots are hosting a Candidate, Campaign Manager and Activist Training on Friday, October 14th at the Methodist Church located at 320 S. Main Street, in Fort Atkinson. The training will run from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
The Candidate Training program is designed specifically to educate candidates on every level how to run effective and victorious campaigns and prepare them to become successful elected officials. The Campaign Manager and Activist lectures provide extensive knowledge on the role campaign managers and volunteers play during an election, as well as how citizens can be engaged and effective in their community.
The Candidate/Campaign Manager Training Program includes the following topics*:
- Creating your Campaign Plan and Campaign Structure
- Campaign Fundraising
- History of the Progressives
- Public Speaking and Messaging
- The Role of a Campaign Manager
- Campaigning Online
- Winning your Precinct
Upon completion of this political training seminar, candidates will receive continuing education materials, access to podcasts and other presentations, communications curriculum, and suggestions to help them utilize think-tank resources.
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.