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Campus Election Workshop

On Friday March 1, 2013

What you will learn

Campus Election Workshop

3 hours, FREE

Student governments control funding for student groups, decide which speakers come to campus, and influence administration policies. And too often, student governments are downright hostile to conservatives.

The Campus Election Workshop teaches you how to run for – and win – student government elections.

The workshop equips you with time-tested and innovative campaign techniques to win your campus elections. Students learn how to recruit candidates, build an organization, develop campaign strategies, target voters, and more.

The Campus Election Workshop is held on college campuses across the country upon request. If you are interested in bringing this program to your campus, please fill out the request form.

Details

Starts Friday, March 1

Friday, March 1, 4:00 PM

Location:
University of California - Berkeley BERKELEY, CA 94720 Map
Cost

FREE

Manager

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Danielle Saul

What graduates say

Justin Pulliam

Justin Pulliam

Texas A & M University

"The training I received from the Leadership Institute taught me the techniques and the tactics I needed to run a successful campaign for student government. I'd recommend student government LI training to all conservative students who want to be leaders in their student governments."

Gregory Carlson

Gregory Carlson

CU-Boulder College Republicans President

"Campus Election Workshop is the best way to finalize your plans for your campaign. We owe a huge thanks to the Leadership Institute for training us conservatives to win on an overwhelming liberal campus."

Your faculty

Peter Ildefonso

Peter Ildefonso

Web & Database Programmer, Leadership Institute

Peter Ildefonso has been involved in student government since 2000 and has run student campaigns since 2003. At Clemson University, he was on the campaign staff of six student government campaigns, including Campaign Manager for four of those campaigns. When not managing campaigns, he served as Vice Chairman of Finance and Procedures Committee for the Student Senate. Peter was also Director of Research and Development for the Student President's Cabinet, where he was responsible for yearly reforms to Election Policy and analysis of other University Election Policies. A functional four years of constant work with student government campaigns and policies give Peter an incredibly rare level of knowledge on this unique form of elections.