Ten years ago, I updated the CampaignHQ logo. These were the three we had it narrowed down to.
Personally, I was partial to #3. Which one is your favorite?
Have a good weekend,
Here’s another flashback video, this time featuring our conTEXT, peer-to-peer texting. It’s truly an incredible way to meet voters where they are.
Sticking with our re-run theme, here’s a quick look at some of our most popular services. Have a great weekend!
Since we’re in full swing of campaign season, I thought I’d post a few flash back videos of helpful services we offer at CHQ. Give us a call to get started today.
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I had some fun sharing some key updates with candidates from across the country recently. I hope I was able to really show how CHQ has solutions for every size candidate and the one thing every one has in common right now is no one is really sure what Election Day will look like during a pandemic.
Bringing you a good laugh on your Friday – check out our blooper reel from our Fun with Phone series.
Look out Hollywood!
Here are a few more of our Fun with Phones videos.
Maryls is chatting about the many services CHQ offers and how we do our jobs to make sure you’re getting the best value that you are spending.
And here’s me chatting about how telephone townhalls might be right for you. There’s a “fun” story about a telephone townhall we hosted for the Tea Party Patriots.
You can always check our latest videos on my YouTube page.
Thanks for watching,
I might seem like a broken record these days, but while our worlds have been turned upside down, your campaign must keep going forward. Here are a few tips on how to communicate during COVD-19 that we are here to help you focus on.
While you may not be able to meet with your donors in-person or at events, they still WANT to hear from you! #CHQ can help by scheduling 15 minute videoconference meetings to replace that face-to-face time and keep your campaign moving in a positive direction. Donors will be eager to hear what you have to say at this critical time. Don’t stop communicating!
Now is the time to SCRAP your original voter contact strategy and focus on Vote by Mail. With states across the country postponing their primaries, and others changing or relaxing Vote by Mail rules, mail-in ballots will have an unprecedented effect on voter turnout. Where do you start? A text message conversation with a 20 second video. A telephone townhall conversation to bring the community together. A live call from someone who cares.
While there is much talk of changing voting dates and voting by mail … one thing hasn’t changed. Your name will not be on the ballot unless you submit the required number of petition signatures. Old-school methods of tabling and door knocking won’t work! Let us help you identify willing signers, so you can collect signatures SAFELY and EFFECTIVELY. Don’t let COVID19 silence the voice of your voters.
Give us a call today and we’ll help you develop winning strategies for November.
In the world of politics and consulting, Campaigns & Elections is really unmatched in the information and networking opportunities that they provide in this field. They have countless experts on-hand and even more that lend their voices to the constantly evolving world of campaigns.
It’s been a lot of fun getting to have a deeper role in participating – I hope you’ll check out my latest post for them, “The 5 Books Every New Firm Owner Should Read.”
If you’ve been here long, you know my love of books. If you’re new here, well time to catch up.
What are some books that you’ve found helpful in starting your journey?
Thanks for stopping by,
Martha Waffles, recently sent out an update to our clients and friends. I will admit, she has funny stories to share:
I have a funny story to tell you before I get down to business… Marlys was on a VERY important phone call the other day, but it was time for her to give me some meat scraps so I did what any good girl would do, bark! Well apparently, an entire telephone townhall heard me!
Okay, okay, I heard a rumor going around that I may not be holding up my responsibilities at the office. I’d like to set the record straight!
But also serious business to share. You can read the full post here.
Thanks for reading,