This is the final post in a short series on creating your campaign plan. You can find the introductory post (with links to each piece in the series) here.
I designed Campaign in a Box to help first-time candidates for municipal offices run their campaigns professionally, within the limited budget municipal campaigns have to stick to.
The basic things a city council candidate has to do are:
- Create a campaign plan
- Settle on a campaign theme
- Raise money
- Organize a canvassing program
- Determine a paid media plan
- Set up a website, and figure out social media
- Get it all organized in a central place
The Campaign in a Box plan helps candidates do all of that, and takes the pressure off candidates. You don't have to wonder if you're talking to the right voters and emphasizing the right message -- we put that together for you. And we do it on the limited budget most municipal campaigns are constrained by.
If you would like to talk about your campaign, send me an email here. I'll be happy to just talk about your campaign and offer a few tips, or personalize a Campaign in a Box plan for your campaign.
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