How to Build Blue Post-Election: A Q&A with NDTC CEO Kelly Dietrich 11/4/2021 - National Democratic Training Committee

How to Build Blue Post-Election: A Q&A with NDTC CEO Kelly Dietrich

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About the event

The election is over but for Democratic leaders like you, that simple means it’s time to rev up, refocus, and get prepared for the next phase of the work we must do to build blue and make our communities better.

That might look different for each of you depending on your role and journey (hey, you might not even be sure where you fit in yet). And that’s ok.

Join us on this special post-Election Day Q&A with National Democratic Training Committee Founder and CEO, Kelly Dietrich.

Kelly will talk about the election, the results, what that means for the 2022 midterms, important take aways and learnings for every campaign, and what it all means for Democratic candidates, campaign staff, and local leaders like you.

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Event Details

virtual live training
Nov 4, 2021
8:00pm - 9:00pm (ET)

What to Expect

We will be using Zoom for this webinar, and please test out using Zoom prior to this meeting. We encourage downloading the app version (instead of viewing directly in your web browser) so that you can fully participate in any breakout groups.

Your Zoom link is visible once registered for this event on our website, and the Zoom link will be emailed as a reminder to you 30 minutes prior to the start of the training.  Zoom will ask you to verify that you’re an authorized user. This is a security measure we’ve added – all you need to do is sign in to a free Zoom account (this is different from your account). For more information on how to set up your Zoom account, please click here.

The training’s partner and NDTC will record this event: by attending, you give them permission to take photographs and record videos, including me at this event, and to use them for their internal and external purposes.