The midterms are rapidly approaching – do you have enough get out the vote volunteers? We’ve got your back! Learn how to recruit volunteers for GOTV.
The Blue Wave isn’t going to just happen on its own. To do this, we need to fight locally in precincts across the country.
Each month, the NDTC highlights the efforts of a local party leader. This month we spoke with Kristina Zahorik, the chair of the McHenry County Democratic Party
When you start building a website, it can be tempting to add a lot. But it’s more important that people can easily find the information that matters.
As Democrats, we love meetings. The tussle over competing ideas for a big fundraiser. The crispness of an agenda sliding off a freshly printed stack. Ok, so we don’t all love meetings. But maybe we could? Maybe we could at least like them! With these guidelines you can keep your meetings focused and make them enjoyable for anyone!
Email is the quick and easy way to get your message out to as many people as possible. Follow these best practices to write emails people will want to read!
Facebook has become an essential tool for organizing. The way you use your Facebook page can make a big difference in how people view and engage with your local party. These best practices will help you get the most out of your local party’s Facebook presence.
Last month, we told you that Jeremy Dumkrieger was working hard for his party. This month, Iowa’s primary results showed you just how hard Jeremy was working. Check out our update on Jeremy’s work and the recognition he has received for it.
Each month, the National Democratic Training Committee highlights the work of a local party leader who is doing outstanding work in their own…