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November 15, 2019

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Each week the team sits down with a thought leader in the political campaign world.  To the right is a list of upcoming interviews with guest profiles and descriptions of subjects that we are talking about.  Sign up for a reminder by clicking on the RSVP link.  Below is a full list of past interviews with links to each interview.

November 16, 2019

How to setup systems that can automatically retweet political campaign, elected officials and candidates for office.  

November 15, 2019

Stump speeches are basically the elevator pitch of election campaign speeches. They're the first impression the candidate makes on most voters.

They're not the speech that you would use at your rallies, but rather the speech that you would use if you are meeting a voter for the first time, or going to a public event. The stump speech is basically the heart and soul of your campaign. So, if you're talking about environmental iss...

November 3, 2019

Marianne Rutter and I go way back to 2008 and Barack Obama's primary campaign.  Both of us are Democratic State Committee members from very politically conservative districts in the very liberal state of Massachusetts. Because of this, we have always been comrades-in-arms.  Marianne developed a great system for getting Letters to the Editor published in her conservative local newspaper.   I have combined the interview I did wi...

November 3, 2019

I sat down with Allyne Pecevich to talk about the core of politics, community organizing.  She shared her wisdom about how to start building a community organization for elections and issue campaigns.  We also talked about how to engage leaders in your community's organizations. Over the years, Allyne has worked on more than a few campaigns and has put together great advice on how campaigns can take advantage of local talent t...

November 3, 2019

I had great time talking to Joe about Community Television.  Joe is the host of “Talk of the Neighborhoods” on Thursday nights on the Boston Neighborhood Network (BNN) channel. We talked for about an hour and half about wide range of topics. (watch interview)

November 3, 2019

I was very excited to sit down with Sean because he has a lot of experience in election campaigns. Our conversation focused on the first steps a candidate needs to take after deciding to run for public office. We also talked about the Youth in Government program that Sean runs in Marshfield.  We finished with the two questions I ask every guest -- What advice do you have for first time candidates? and What was your favorite of...

November 3, 2019

In the last week of December, I sat down with Stacey Monahan to do a year in review and look forward.  We talked about the top ten things that campaigns need to work on in 2019.  Below, in addition to the full interview, I created an index of these ten tasks -- enabling you to go straight to what interests you the most.  (watch interview)

November 3, 2019

I first met Steve Darcey when he was an intern for State Rep Jim Cantwell.  The following year Steve and Sean Costello ran Jim’s reelection campaign summer internship program with great success.  Watch interview

August 7, 2019

The proliferation of online and streaming video has raised voter expectations of political candidates introducing themselves by video. The message of a campaign introduction video should be simple and straightforward -- don't overthink the content or overproduce the video.  In this teaser,  I talk about how to make an introduction video.  

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August 7, 2019

My introduction to election campaign technology (E-Campaign) was Deval Patrick's Community tool in 2006.  E-Campaign evolves so rapidly that there is cutting edge technology with each new election cycle.  This teaser video outlines which tools should be used and which ones should be avoided.   

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