Campaigning

Power-Mapping: Cultivating Relationships to Reach Goals

Learn how to cultivate relationships, leverage mentors, and gain sponsors in the workshop and in civic life to reach your goals. 

Building People Power for Women in Politics

Learn how to form your kitchen cabinet. Get tips on managing volunteers, hiring staff, and figuring out what you need to surround yourself by the right people. Learn what to do when you don’t have the right team around you, and how to best make those changes for your political goals a success.

How to Get Appointed and Stay Effective

Commissions and boards have a significant impact and are a great way to contribute your experience your expertise to your community. Come find out how to get appointed and what to expect once you get there.

Monday Motivation with Tishaura Jones: A woman can have a small child and be active politically.

Tishaura Jones has an impressive bio as an elected official. She was sworn in as Treasurer of the City of St. Louis on January 1, 2013. She is the first woman to hold the office in the history of St. Louis and…

Dealing with the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly on the Campaign Trail

Running for office will give you some of the best and worst experiences of your life. Hear the good, the bad, and the ugly on the campaign trail and how to deal with the nasty mail piece, when someone says something mean, and much more.

Monday Motivation: You Don’t Need Tough Skin to Run for Office

Happy Monday, VoteRunLead Nation. It’s time to get serious about what it takes to run for office and what to expect when you’re on the campagin trail. So to kick off your week, we’re sharing our top tips on campaigning from Faith Winter, VoteRunLead Training…

GOTV Planning: Turn it Up to Turn it Out!

Learn about the tools at your disposal to educate citizens on how to vote either by absentee ballot, early voting, or election day voting. Hear about different strategies to get your community motivated to register and of course show up to the polls on election day.

My 1st Political Step: Volunteering on a Campaign

Volunteering on a campaign can give you new skills, build your network and you can gain new friends. This is a great first stop on creating your civic and political resume. Find out how to find a campaign to volunteer for and what to expect.

How to Rock Your Political Debate

People vote for people they like and trust. Your debate and forum is one of the best opportunities you will have to introduce yourself to voters.Come learn how to inspire voters, tell great stories, and communicate your values in a debate or forum. Get the tools, tips and tricks you need to rock your debate.

Big 4 E-Book: The Ins & Outs of Local Government

The 2nd* most frequent question we get at VoteRunLead is about the elected office itself. With our busy lives and lack of civics in schools, we find ourselves in the dark about what local government / local elected offices actually do everyday. Generally, what spurs women to become involved…