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Your legislative strategy should be bigger than lobbying
Most decisions any legislator has to make are predictable—yes or no—and are made within the limited contexts of the legislative process, its attendant political ramifications, and the prevailing narrative. Going into any legislative session, we generally know what they are: This set of legislators are vulnerable, the caucus is softening on that issue and will…
4 communications tropes holding back your political goals
Like all tropes, there ‘s some truth to each, which is why these became passable common knowledge in the first place, but like all tropes, they should be examined more closely and nuanced when deployed.
Why I wish someone had introduced me to project management before I burnt out as an organizer: 5 project management tactics I’ll never go without
As a previous coalition manager, I wish I had had the wisdom that project management structures bestow in large groups. I have found the tool useful to develop a process that balances the democratic value of coalition while making sure we’re not simply shouting at each other on a sinking ship.
3 Reasons Democrats shouldn’t fund Republican insurrectionists
If you don’t think you can win a campaign on the grounds of your best argument, trusted messengers and amazing organizing, you shouldn’t be running for office.
Update: DTC Candidate Tracker
Now that primary elections have been called, we’ve updated the DTC Candidate Tracker with the latest results across all of the local races (legislative, secretary of state, and prosecutor). Subsequently, the key now marks who will, almost certainly, win in the general election.
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