26. January 2024 · Comments Off on National Democratic Training – January 26, 2024 · Categories: Recent Events

Ready…set…CAMPAIGN! 🏁

This early on, you should be focused on the fundamentals of starting up your campaign, including knowing your filing deadlines and requirements.

Did you know that we have a resource with information for filing in all 50 states? Well now you do!

NDTC’s Campaign Start-Up Resources is your one-stop shop to kickstart your campaign, giving you a state-by-state overview of key dates, processes for getting on the ballot, and more.

Looking for more or something else entirely? You can navigate our Resources page by sorting by resource type and more. Check out everything that we offer by creating a free account in the Online Academy today!

So You Want to Run for Office: Black History Month Edition
Monday, February 5 at 1pm ET

Join NDTC, Higher Heights for America, and The Collective PAC for a special So You Want to Run for Office centered around supporting first-time or prospective Black candidates.

Maybe you’ve considered running, or even know someone who would be great to represent your community. Regardless, take the very first step and learn about the various offices to run for and other preliminary considerations. Our trainer will also discuss the unique challenges and considerations Black candidates face on the trail and in office.

3 Steps to Establishing Your Campaign
Tuesday, February 6 at 1pm ET

Launching a campaign is a big deal! Let us help you wrap your head around what it takes to get your political campaign off the ground. This training will show you all the data, research, and processes needed to successfully launch a new campaign.

By the end, you’ll have a deeper understanding of how to go about researching your district, registering your campaign, and navigating ballot access in general.

Maximize Your Field Strategy Through Precinct Prioritization
Tuesday, February 13 at 1pm ET

Running for office is all about strategy, strategy, strategy! If you want to run a winning campaign, you’ll want to zero in on an effective, comprehensive field strategy that accounts for any obstacle.

This specific training focuses on organizing precincts in your district to optimize how you develop your field plan. Sign up to understand how precinct prioritization informs field strategy and the importance of data and research. Plus, get actual practice by examining sample scenarios.

And it doesn’t stop there! You can always visit the Online Academy’s Course Catalog, set up a free account, and keep track of your progress while taking advantage of our extensive course offerings.

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