Contents 1. Do you have what it takes? 2. Tips and suggestions [Print version of the entire article] [Click here for Best Practice Examples] It’s the candidate, stupid! People who strive for public .
Contents 1. What is opposition research? 2. Objectives and instruments of opposition research [Print version of the entire article] “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the re.
Contents 1. Overview 2. Campaign planning 3. Ideas for media events 4. Politics – as well as policies 5. Useful campaign accessories (and other ideas) [Print version of the entire article] [C.
Contents 1. Overview 2. The three phases of grassroots campaigning 3. Word-Of-Mouth [Print version of the entire article] Definitions: – Grassroots lobbying is the process by which interest grou.
During a campaign, whether it is an election campaign or a campaign within a district or town, media advertising or poster and leaflet distribution are no substitute for direct contact. Door-to-door i.
Contents 1. Why should you campaign online? 2. In what elections does internet campaigning work? 3. Where to start 4. How to commission a website 5. Additional tools 6. Keeping an eye on your online r.
Updated in 2014 by Marko Gregović, a social media expert who has worked on European and Croatian campaigns. Social media – what it is and isn’t Social media is a term used to describe a number o.
Contents 1. Using mobile phones: a strategic approach 2. How to prepare for the campaign 3. Specific examples of campaigning with mobile phones [Print version of the entire article] Using mobile phone.
Until the last minute ‘Getting out the vote’ – every political campaigner and every politician in the USA knows this claim. It is a symbol for election campaigning on election day itself, until .