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Communications Workshop for Pro-Life Candidates

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What you will learn

Now that we have entered a post-Roe world, abortion is a factor in every election. Soon, states that allow ballot initiatives will have pro-abortion or life-affirming state constitutional amendments. Liberal special interest groups ran commercials about abortion policies in every close federal or state election. Pro-life candidates got tripped up when answering the question, "Is your position on abortion extreme?" The lack of a comprehensible answer is seen in the election results.

What is the best way to talk about pregnancy, children, abortion, and your support for life-affirming policies? This communications works shop seeks to help you craft and practice this answer.

Attendees will hear from leaders in the pro-life industry. These leaders will demonstrate tools you can use to build your best, most impactful pro-life answers. It will explore how to create positive interactions that change the minds of moderates and persuade them to vote for you. Time at the end is reserved for candidates to practice their 90-second, "Why I support life..." answer on camera in small groups.

This live, in-person training with also be a simulcast as a webinar for candidates and their advisors across the country. Register for the free webinar at
www.LeadershipInstitute.org/ProLifeCommsOnline.

Morton Blackwell, founder of the Leadership Institute, says, "You owe it to your philosophy to learn how to win." Roe is dead, but the fight has just begun. Join us to learn how to win for life in the dining room, board room, and voting booth.

Attendees will learn how to:
• Connect with people
• Craft a message
• Use the right words
• Communicate the value of every human life

Details

Wednesday, February 8

Wed 8:   4:30 PM  - 8:30 PM EST

Location

Leadership Institute
Steven P.J. Wood Building
1101 N Highland St
Arlington VA, 22201

Cost

$20.00

Manager

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Rachel Hoff

Director of Government Relations & Outreach, Foreign Policy Initiative

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Your faculty

Dena Espenscheid

Dena Espenscheid

Director of Grassroots Coalitions, Leadership Institute

After completing the 2020 Marine Corps Marathon, Dena Espenscheid knows the truth behind the cliché, “Campaigns are like Marathons”. There are plans, deadlines, and expenses. There are worn-out shoes, bl...

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Karen Garnett

Karen Garnett

Chief Culture Officer, Heroic Media
President, National Prayer Luncheon for Life
Co-Host, The National Prayer Luncheon for Life Pro-Life Impact Show podcast
Contributing Editor, Pro-L...

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Carlyle Gregory

Carlyle Gregory

Carlyle Gregory established the Carlyle Gregory Company - a political consulting firm in 1989. He has worked for numerous Congressional campaigns including Newt Gingrich's first successful bid for congress, Roger Wicker, M...

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Rebecca Kiessling

Rebecca Kiessling

Abortion Survivor and Pro-Life Activist/Speaker

Rebecca Kiessling has been an international pro-life speaker and adoption speaker since 1995, speaking for various pro-life organizations, including right to life groups, crisis pregnancy center fundraisers, 40 Days for Li...

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Michael New Ph.D.

Michael New Ph.D.

Michael New, Ph.D. is a Research Associate of Political Science and Social Research at The Catholic University of America, as well as an Associate Scholar at the Charlotte Lozier Institute. Additionally, he is a Fellow wit...

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