New Video Spotlight: How to Use Your Personal Stories to Motivate Voters
All month long we’ve been focused on messaging. One key aspect of a strong communications plan in any campaign is infusing your personal experiences into your strategy. A way to do that directly is sharing your personal stories with voters.
This video live training shares the importance of using personal stories on the trail. Learn how to craft yours in a way that builds relationships and credibility!
(Happening today!)Using Digital Advertising on Your Political Campaign
TODAY, April 28 at 1pm ET
The average person spends over 2 hours a day online, meaning there’s a golden opportunity for your campaign to digitally reach voters. Today’s training will go over the best practices of running a digital ads program.
Get your name out there digitally and learn about using digital ads to fundraise and garner support.
So You Want to Run for Office: Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month Edition
Tuesday, May 2 at 1pm ET
In partnership with Public Wise, the New American Leaders Action Fund, Asian American Power Network, North Carolina Asian Americans Together, and South Asians for America, this training will celebrate Asian Americans in Democratic politics.
The AAPI community is the fastest growing demographic in the country. For Democrats, focusing on issues important to AAPI communities and centering their lived experiences means ensuring AAPI folks have a pathway to run for office.
Join trainer Nicole Otake as she takes you through the essentials of deciding to run, from exploring the roles in your local government and community to sharing the news with your personal network.
What is a Democratic Precinct Chair?
Thursday, May 4 at 1pm ET
Precinct prioritization can’t happen without the input of your precinct chair. This local leader is an essential part of your community’s Democratic infrastructure.
Get to know how a precinct chair can assist your own field and outreach goals in next Thursday’s training. We offer this training every month, so keep an eye out if you can’t make this round!
2023 Train-the-Trainer Summit
Saturday, May 13 from 12 to 5pm ET
This once annual half-day training includes multiple workshops that will level up your training and event facilitation skills!
Taught by the experts themselves (our amazing trainers!) you’ll walk away with tangible plans for making your next event or training a special one. Space is limited in order to maximize the experience, don’t miss the chance to sign up!
Later in the month → NDTC Expert Q&A: The AAPI Experience in Politics
Thursday, May 18 at 1pm ET
AAPI communities across the country shape our shared culture. However, the COVID-19 pandemic and racism continue to fuel bigotry towards these communities.
May’s NDTC Expert Q&A, in partnership with organizations who work to elevate AAPI candidates and communities, will be a candid panel of AAPI Democratic strategists. They’ll discuss their experiences on the trail and within campaigns, providing you with a chance to learn how to be a better ally for these folks and navigate these issues.