Where You’re At In order to plan your campaign, it’s important to have a comprehensive understanding of your district. After all, this will be the area, people, and community that you’ll represent when you win! For our final installment of our series on how to use NDTC’s campaign plan template, we’re talking about creating your district overview. A district overview [...]
How to Run for Office: Doing Your Research
Information is power. And when you’re in the beginning stages of your campaign, the more information you have at your fingertips the better.
Opposition research isn’t glamorous and isn’t about finding personal “dirt” on your opponent. But, if your opponent claims they’ve never voted for a tax increase, but you know they have, now you have a story. Of course, the same goes for yourself. You’ll need to do some “self-research” so you know what your opponents might know about you. In any [...]