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How to Build a Political Campaign Website
How You Can Create a Highly Effective Campaign Website for Under $200 Yes, you need a political campaign website. It doesn't matter how small your campaign is. It's very affordable and you don't need much in the way of technical skills these days. You just need to...
Door to Door Campaigning Tips
Regardless of your campaign budget, meeting voters face to face is always a good idea. The key is to maximize your time and get the most impact door to door campaigning as you canvass neighborhoods. It is important to recognize that there are several goals when it...
Political Campaign Checklist
If you're thinking about running for local office, do you have a campaign checklist to make sure you've covered all of the bases? Political campaigns come in all shapes and sizes, which means that there is no single list of tasks that every candidate needs to...
NH Union Leader: Candidate Boot Camp Wants You to Run for Office
Earlier this week, the Candidate Boot Camp leadership team sat down with Dan Tuohy of the New Hampshire Union Leader to tell our story. The article, Candidate Boot Camp wants you to run for office, ran in today's paper. This project has been 7 years in the making. I...
The Smartphone: Your Campaign’s Secret Weapon
The good news about modern campaigns is that social media offers the ability to connect with voters in ways that never were possible before. The bad news is that it requires candidates to be more technically savvy than ever before. But for those who invest the time to...