People vote for people they like and trust. Your debate and forum is one of the best opportunities you will have to introduce yourself to voters.Come learn how to inspire voters, tell great stories, and communicate your values in a debate or forum. Get the tools, tips and tricks you need to rock your debate.
The 2nd* most frequent question we get at VoteRunLead is about the elected office itself. With our busy lives and lack of civics in schools, we find ourselves in the dark about what local government / local elected offices actually do everyday. Generally, what spurs women to become involved…
The media can be a great way to get your message out to voters but can also amplify any mistake you make. Learn how to get positive coverage, earn more media, and handle the tough questions.
Successful political communication means being prepared. The most common questions are about you – why you are the right person for the job and why you are running – and about your opponent – what sets you apart from them. Do your research! You should…
Short 10 SECONDS is the average length, so MAKE IT COUNT Talk about what you know and give an assessment/your opinion as well as facts Provide 3 to 4 short useable bites in every conversation Plan ahead if you can, at least with the issues…
As a woman running for office, it’s important that the message you’re sharing with the media and your community is powerful and resonates with the right audience. It’s vital that the conversations you create enable you to inform, educate, and connect with them. Learn how to craft your messaging platform.
Sometimes you just have to tell it like it is. Hear from former Nevada assemblywoman and former Lt. Governor candidate, Lucy Flores, about how she tackled tough conversations with colleagues, created trust with new donors, or called out racism and sexism in office and in her campaign.
Why are you running for office? You must know the answer! Learn how to write your stump speech, build your brand and convey your values to voters.
Here is a taste of what you will find once you become a member of VoteRunLead.org – fun, practical tips to help you in any leadership endeavor.
Rhonda Briggins Ridley's web clinic on community organizing