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Advanced Campaign Workshop

On Saturday March 15, 2014

What you will learn

Renaissance Ballroom

5910 SW 8th Street

Miami, FL 33144

8:30 am to 4:30 pm

$30 Adults

$10 for college/high school students - make sure to use promotional code STUDENT for discount

This workshop teaches you skills for better managing or participating in a winning campaign and for building your grassroots organization. Every year thousands run for elected office, but only a few win. Get the skills necessary to be a leader for the campaign of your choice.

The workshop focuses on effective activism. Political success is determined by the number and EFFECTIVENESS of the activists on the respective sides. You'll learn how to communicate more productively and to build better coalitions.

Ideal attendees are campaign staff, candidates, volunteers, activists, or groups interested in working on political campaigns and elections.

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Details

Starts Saturday, March 15

Sat. 15 8:30 - 4:30 PM

Location:
5910 SW 8th Street Miami, FL 33144 Map
Cost

$30.00

Manager

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Chris Vari

Your faculty

Steven Sutton

Steven Sutton

Vice President for Development, The Leadership Institute

Steven joined the Leadership Institute eight years ago as Vice President of Programs. As Vice President of Programs, he directed all LI's training programs, from political grassroots to student groups on college campuses. He is currently LI's Vice President of Development, where he has increased revenue from $8 million per year (2010) to $24 million (2015).

Prior to joining the Leadership Institute, Steven was a Chief of Staff in the House of Representatives for more than 14 years. He became a start-up specialist, as he set-up the Congressional offices of four different incoming freshmen Congressmen. First was Peter Torkilson of the North Shore of Massachusetts. Then came Frank Riggs from California's Napa Valley. Third was Lee Terry from Omaha, Nebraska, and most recently John Kline from just south of Minnesota's Twin Cities.

As Chief of Staff, Steven set-up their offices, hired their staffs, and managed and directed the operations of their Washington and district offices. In addition, he helped them get re-elected, directing their campaign strategies, messages, and voter contact programs.

He has managed numerous political campaigns from city council to U.S. Congress, specializing in challenger campaigns.

Steven is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.