[act-ma] 2/23 Green Campaign School : Skills to make a difference

John Andrews jandrews166 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 06:04:59 PST 2013


*Green Campaign School*

*You can make a difference!*



*Saturday, February 23*

*10:00am - 5:00pm*

*First Unitarian Church of Worcester
90 Main Street, Worcester, Massachusetts *

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*What:* This one-day campaign school will give you the tools and training
you need to create a new political climate in your community.  The emphasis
is upon giving voters clean, green candidates to move us beyond
politics-as-usual at the town and state level.

*Who should attend:*  Anyone who 1) is thinking about running for office as
a Green (Green-Rainbow) candidate, 2) wants to acquire the skills to help
their favorite candidate succeed, or 3) wants to sharpen their organizing
skills in support of their party or nonprofit organization.

*Special speaker:*   Jill Stein, 2012 Green Party candidate for President,
will talk about her experiences campaigning across America in 2012

*Workshops:* Workshops will address campaign planning, use of social media
such as Twitter and Facebook, websites, fundraising, message development,
get-out-the-vote activities, running for local offices, and campaign
organization.

*Leaders:* In addition to workshop leaders from the Green-Rainbow Party and
Maine Green Party, we are fortunate to welcome Ben Manski of Madison,
Wisconsin, campaign manager, of the groundbreaking Jill Stein for President
campaign.

*Cost:*  $10 donation requested, $25 appreciated, waiver for economic
hardship.  Lunch will be provided for an additional $7 (sign up upon
arrival) or bring your own.

*How to Register:*  Please pre-register to guarantee a seat and let us keep
you informed as the agenda develops.  Just send your name, email
address,  telephone
number, and town of residence to campaignschool at green-rainbow.org.  You
will receive a confirmation via email.
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