The Campaign Coach’s “5 Steps to Being a Political Player”
One important note: Our “How to Be a Player” guide is not for you. It’s for you to give to your campaign’s supporters.
Because what have you signed up for?
Nine months of grueling work, where:
- Everyone you meet wants to tell you what politicians are doing wrong and what they should actually be doing instead
- Prospective voters placate you with promises that theyâ€™ll be in your corner (or slam their door in your face), and
- All while trying to get your message into votersâ€™ hands despite having a sketchy volunteer corps and limited campaign cash.
I don’t have to tell you that good volunteers and supporters can make some of those things easier.
You’ve seen them already – there are an awful lot of people who â€œget involvedâ€ in campaigns for a lot of reasons, but often that involvement is a token gesture (such as buying a $25 ticket for the summer picnic or spending one night in June collecting 20 signatures on a petition).
And for some reason people feel that warrants them access to the candidate â€“ either before or after you’re in office.
You’re, meanwhile, craving anyone who is willing to help you, so itâ€™s the perfect marriage of desperate demand and unreliable supply.
Raise Your Expectations of Your Supporters
Because itâ€™s so difficult to secure them, expectations for supporters in local races often arenâ€™t high.
Which is a tremendous opportunity for anyone willing to take the extra step to be an asset to a candidate.
But you may have to teach them how to do it
That’s what The Campaign Coach’s “5 Steps to Being a Political Player (without a political player’s budget)” does.
Teach Them How to Support Your Campaign
“5 Steps” offers step-by-step guidance for your supporters on how to be… a better supporter.
But, like all relationships, you should always strive for mutual benefit, so this e-book also teaches them how to make the most of their support.
Imagine if all of your supporters were trained on how to best help you get elected – and help themselves in the process?
Now, they can be.
Get the The Campaign Coach’s “5 Steps to Being a Political Player (without a political player’s budget)” today!