Parades are for Candidates

Parades are for Candidates

By Kathy Groob, Publisher ElectWomen.com–Independence Day Parades are a time for candidates to show off and build some much-needed name recognition.  You can always tell a challenger candidate by the size of their entourage and number of vehicles trailing along the parade route.  A successful parade campaign takes planning and a good pair of walkingContinue Reading

Falling Forward – Tips to Endure a Loss

Falling Forward – Tips to Endure a Loss

This was first featured on ElectWomen Magazine in 2009.  It’s worth repeating.   Falling Forward in Politics – Six Tips on Enduring a Political Loss By Matt Lewis (as published in Campaigns & Elections Magazine) Today, the stakes in political campaigns are high. It’s no surprise that in some cases, Election Day defeat can lead to depression and a lossContinue Reading

CAMPAIGN TIPS: Common Filing Mistakes Made by Candidates

CAMPAIGN TIPS: Common Filing Mistakes Made by Candidates

By Kathy Groob, Publisher ElectWomen Magazine – Whether you are running for city council or for Congress, each candidate must follow proper procedures for filing the important nominating petitions necessary to secure a place on the ballot. Filing procedures vary state-by-state and depending on the office that is sought.  Improper paperwork can cause problems for candidatesContinue Reading

Hot Trends: Telephone Town Hall Meetings

Hot Trends: Telephone Town Hall Meetings

The latest trend in LIVE, person-to-person communications is telephone town hall meetings.  For budget conscious and technology savvy women candidates, Tele-Town Hall currently provide thousands of elected officials, political candidates, non-profit organizations, associations, and businesses with one of the most convenient and cost-effective means of mass personal communications. Tele-Town Hall™ has developed patented technology thatContinue Reading