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The Art of Political Campaigning

Join us for the 29th annual Art of Political Campaigning training seminar to learn the ins and outs of political campaigning from the people who know it best - expert consultants in the field. The Art of Political Campaigning offer political professionals a forum to share experiences, explore business development opportunities and learn from some of the nation's most respected political consultants, public affairs and government relations experts and technology innovators.

6/18/2012 to 6/20/2012
When: Monday - Wednesday
8:00am - 12:00pm
Where: Washington Marriott
1221 22nd St., NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20037
United States

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Join us for the 29th annual Art of Political Campaigning training seminar to learn the ins and outs of political campaigning from the people who know it best - expert consultants in the field. The Art of Political Campaigning offer political professionals a forum to share experiences, explore business development opportunities and learn from some of the nation's most respected political consultants, public affairs and government relations experts and technology innovators.

 

We offer the following tracks with panels tailored to each audience:

Track 1 - Beginner: Exploring a Run for Office

Track 2 - Intermediate: Familiarizing Yourself with Core Campaign Techniques

Track 3 - Expert: Expanding on Fundamental Campaign Skills

Track 4 - Consultant: Learning New Techniques in the Marketplace and Growing Your Business

 

Here are some snippets of the things you'll learn from our expert speakers: 

"Communication is about do you get me (the voter) or do you not? Anecdotes are the easiest for anyone to remember. When you want to persuade, you persuade by understanding what it is like to BE your audience…and if you characterize it by using an anecdote, it makes it 10,000 times easier for that voter to repeat to someone who’s never heard you.” - Jennie Blackton, political consultant and former TV writer

 " You need the right message to the right voters at the right time the right amount of times. It has to cut through some type of way. It has to be repetitious.” - Jim Spencer, The Campaign Network

 

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