Category Archives for "Strategy"

Episode 7: Matt Krause – Losing, Winning and Leading with Integrity

Matt Krause: Losing, Winning and Leading with Integrity

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Losing, Winning & Leading with Integrity​Today we’re talking to Representative Matt Krause of Texas 93rd District about how he got started as a candidate and the lessons he has learned through both defeat and victory.Matt is a 4th generation Texan and […]

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How Can I Recruit Candidates to Run For Office?

8 Keys to Recruit Candidates

​Anybody can recruit candidates!Trying to recruit candidates to run for office can be tricky, but it’s important very rewarding and anybody can do it. I’ve been recruiting candidates for almost a decade and love it.  Seeing men and women who you recruited serving in office with distinction makes for an incredible feeling!Your efforts recruiting candidates for office can yield […]

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Episode 6: Gabriella Hoffman – How to Build Your Campaign’s Content and Social Media Strategy

Gabriella Hoffman Podcast Interview

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Gabby Hoffman Introduction:Today we’re talking with Conservative Media Strategist and Social Media Consultant, Gabriella “Gabby” Hoffman. She graduated from UC-San Diego in June 2012 with a degree in Political Science and a minor in History. ​Gabby may have graduated in 2012 […]

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Episode 2: Tony McDonald – Succeeding in Public Office & Ethics 101

Succeeding in Public Office & Ethics 101

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Show Notes:00:30 – Tony McDonald Introduction01:37 – Tony’s background in politics02:55 – Young Conservatives of Texas06:05 – Building a strong team, as a newly elected official11:45 – How to make your mark as a Freshman Representative13:08 – Fighting for the First […]

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Farm Team Conservatism

​​Originally Posted at TownHall.com – by Erick Erickson​​This has been a bad year for conservatives at the ballot box. Washington Republicans and their allies, enabled by chaos in the Presidential race, began targeting down-ballot conservatives for defeat. They were highly successful and even took out an incumbent Republican from Kansas, Tim Huelskamp, who had opposed John […]

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