NDTC and Georgia Democratic Party: How to Write a Stump Speech 9/9/2021 - National Democratic Training Committee

NDTC and Georgia Democratic Party: How to Write a Stump Speech

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About the event

Join the NDTC and Georgia Democratic Party on Thursday, September 9th from 7pm-8pm ET for a free virtual live training on “How to Write Your Stump Speech”. If you’re part of your local Democratic party’s leadership, precinct leader, or local leader, this training is just for you! We’re here to help.

You will learn the following in the training: 

  • Understand how your core message and story of self is applied in the context of delivering a campaign stump speech
  • Recognize the five key components of a stump speech.
  • Apply all components into writing your stump speech

A recommended (not required) course to take in our Online Academy is Story of Self: Sharing Your Story. 

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Event Details

virtual live training
Sep 9, 2021
7:00pm - 8:00pm (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 traindemocrats.org 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 and including me at this event, and to use them for their internal and external purposes.