03. March 2023 · Comments Off on National Democratic Training – March 3, 2023 · Categories: Announcements, Recent Events

There is no better time than now for campaigns and local organizations to focus on laying the foundation for their 2023 campaigns and efforts. That’s exactly why this month, NDTC’s programming will revolve around the core pillars of successful operations and planning: vote goal, developing your core message, and crafting your campaign plan. Throughout March, join us to solidify these key aspects, including establishing your campaign and getting your candidacy off the ground. Let’s set up your game plan so you can move forward with the utmost confidence!

Women’s History Month Partner Spotlight:
Emily’s List 

March is Women’s History Month! To celebrate, we’re shouting out organizations led, founded by, and created for women and women’s issues all month long.

After yesterday’s amazing So You Want to Run for Office event in partnership with them, we’re highlighting Emily’s List. EMILY’s List was founded on one key principle: electing pro-choice Democratic women to office. Endorsing women from Vice President Kamala Harris to state legislature candidates, they’re efforts have elevated thousands of women into public office and leadership.

Running in a Red District

Monday, March 6 at 1pm ET

It’s not a secret: it’s an uphill battle to be a Democrat in a red, conservative area.

But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible – if anything, it’s essential in building our democracy.

Join our expert trainer to learn about adjusting your goals, strategy, and messaging plan for campaigns in red areas. Outreach is still a critical piece of your planning puzzle, and Monday’s training will give you the insight to make it count.

Hiring for Political Campaigns

Tuesday, March 7 at 1pm ET

If you’re managing or working on a campaign, you understand that you can’t possibly be an expert in every area of campaigning. That’s why it’s essential to identify the needs of your campaign or organization, and hire strategically from there.

This early phase of the campaign cycle is an ideal time to think about hiring. Tuesday’s training will go into more depth about the various roles to hire, plus other considerations for best hiring practices.

3 Steps for Establishing Your Campaign

Wednesday, March 8 at 1pm ET

Kicking off a campaign is overwhelming, but Wednesday’s training will break down the three essential elements you need to get started.

Learn about the three key steps for formally starting a campaign: accessing the data you need, making your candidacy official, and the process of ballot access. We’ll break down what all this jargon means, plus provide you with a tangible on-ramp to make these things a reality.

[LATER THIS MONTH] NDTC Expert Q&A: Making Big Plans (Women’s History Month Edition)

Thursday, March 23 at 1pm ET

Reminder: NDTC Expert Q&As are designed with you in mind! They provide a space to learn from real-life campaign veterans while giving time to ask your burning questions in real time.

This month’s Women’s History Month edition of our NDTC Expert Q&A is focused on building out plans that will support your efforts, wherever you’re at in the cycle: Making Big Plans.

From fundraising to messaging, laying out a concrete plan will move your campaign forward. Don’t miss out – registrations are filling up quickly!

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