HCGOP To Host Candidate Training Workshop Aug. 3

Monday, July 15, 2013

The HCGOP will host a candidate training workshop at Hamilton County GOP Headquarters on Saturday, Aug. 3, from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 

The workshop features sessions from veteran campaign workers that will help experienced and first-time candidates in three sessions:

  • Session 1: "Fundraising, the most difficult aspect of any campaign" by Brandon Lewis
  • Session 2: "How to organize and execute a solid ground game" by Robin Smith
  • Session 3: "Leveraging social media for a successful online campaign" by Brian Chaney 
  • Although the workshop is free, please make a reservation by contacting Brian Chaney at Brian@guilddev.com or the HCGOP office at 423 266-9351.

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