Grassroots campaign worker training

The 2012 election is shaping up to be the most important election of our lifetimes, and community activists who will participate in grassroots campaigns can gain some valuable training thanks to a program sponsored by Americans for Prosperity and Get out the Vote Florida.

Board member Derek Boyd Hankerson announced to Historic City News that Tuesday, November 15, 2011, beginning at 6:30 p.m., at the Flagler-Palm Coast High School, Cafeteria, located at 5500 E. Highway 100 in Palm Coast, interested readers can attend a program of tested and proven strategies to help you and your organization become better equipped for the challenges ahead.

“Tea Party members, 9/12 Project members and conservative groups across Florida are seeking to grow their organizations,” Hankerson told reporters. “Everyone wants to have a greater impact and influence on both public policy debates and on the outcome of the 2012 elections.”

Essential Grassroots Tools introduced for Victory 2012 include:

Learn How to Expose and Prevent Voter Fraud:
CATHERINE ENGELBRECHT of TRUE THE VOTE tackles voter registration integrity and poll watch training.

Controlling the Narrative:
ALICE LINAHAN of VOICES EMPOWER covers how to train citizen activists in driving the narrative using social media techniques and blogging.

Get Connected with Other Conservatives in your Community:
CHAD BIDDINGER of LIBERTY LINKED presents the social networking and activist technology platform developed for the grassroots ultimate ground game.

The Essential Precinct Strategy Timeline for Success:
VICTORY IN A BOX provides detailed GOTV methodology geared toward how to mobilize the final eight weeks before an election.

Bringing It All Together For Victory:
JASON HOYT, GOTVOTE FLORIDA: Florida State Coordinator explains making the most of this opportunity. Sponsored by Americans for Prosperity – Florida.

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