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Grassroots Lobbying - Disrupting the Left: Preventing attempts to divide and conquer

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Disrupting the Left: Preventing attempts to divide and conquer

Free

Meeting includes time to order dinner from the restaurant.

This seminar is a Grassroots Lobbying Workshop.  It teaches you how to get involved and make a difference in your local elections and governance. This training gives you the nuts and bolts tools needed to hold your elected leaders accountable. Attend this class and learn what it takes to make your voice heard.
 
Ideal attendees for the Grassroots Lobbying Workshop are conservative individuals interested in making a difference.  Whether volunteering or working for a conservative candidate, cause, or issue at the local or state level this class will improve your skills.
 
The Grassroots Lobbying Workshop will teach you how to recruit, organize, and motivate people in your neighborhoods.
 
Attendees will learn how to:

  • Get involved
  • Drive support for an issue or candidate
  • Organize activists in large or small groups for maximum impact
  • Communicate more effectively
  • Use the media to help advance an issue
  • Build personal leadership skills, abilities and confidence:

Sample Lectures Include

  • Grassroots Lobbying
  • Confrontational Politics
  • Rules for Radicals

You may also be interested in a copy of The Laws of Public Policy by Morton Blackwell.

Date:

Starts Thursday, April 6
Thu. 6 6:15 PM - 9:15 PM

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Location:

Willy McCoys
12450 Business Park Blvd N
Champlin, MN 55316  Map

Cost:

FREE

Manager:
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Dena Espenscheid

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