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Share this with your grass roots advocates to show them how much power they CAN have. Remember that House Majority Leader U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor of VA was canned in a primary in 2014. From The NY Times today: “The … Continue reading →
If you want to increase the effectiveness of your grass roots program using the Internet, take a look at your web presence and ask these questions: How many grass roots advocates do you see? That is, their pictures, profiles and … Continue reading →
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Wandering around a lobby day reception for legislators – the day before I was to speak to the grass roots advocates – I came across this table where sat four state senators… just the four senators. I looked over at … Continue reading →
I like to think of planning a lobby day in three phases. The first includes some things association executives will do well to consider before long before the lobby day occurs. § What will you do to make sure you … Continue reading →
This is the kind of interview grass roots key contact advocates need to see to understand how they operate in a competitive environment. Then they need training to make sure your organization’s message penetrates the clutter faced by people like … Continue reading →
This is the cover of my book for physicians and staff. I’ve been working with dentists the last few weeks, mobilizing them to lobby a single committee in a state legislature. I’ve been struck by some of the similarities between … Continue reading →