A few years ago, my dear cousin ran for a local political office. While she was campaigning, she promoted her candidacy in several different ways. Most importantly, she visited as many potential voters at their homes, places of business, and places of worship as possible. She also used radio advertisements and newspaper advertisements. She even rode a float in a local parade. She made signs, buttons, and t-shirts to give to her supporters. Her hard work paid off. She was elected into office. On this blog, I hope you will discover the best ways to promote a local political candidate. Enjoy!
If you're planning to throw your hat into the ring by running for a local, state, or even national election, you may be concerned about your ability to balance your private life with a potentially long and stressful political campaign. In today's often polarized political climate, you may find that minor indiscretions you'd long put behind you can be given new life on the campaign trail. Read on to learn more about how you can keep a handle on your campaign's message, as well as what you can do to avoid having past foibles put on display for public consumption. [Read More]