We know that when a woman stands up and speaks truth to power, there will be attempts to put her down. So I’m not going to be put down and I’m not going anywhere. — Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA)
When running for political office, it all starts with your pitch or “elevator speech,” in which you have 118 seconds to tell voters who you are, what you stand for, and how they will benefit if you’re elected.
Join us online Saturday, February 27 from 2-3:30 pm to learn how to craft a persuasive pitch and incorporate it into all aspects of your campaign.
Messaging and communications strategist Sandi Sonnenfeld will walk you through the steps needed to create your pitch, while elected local Democratic politicians Kenya Gadsden, Amber Grant, and Sarah Imboden will discuss what works and what doesn’t work on the campaign trail.
We will then break out into smaller groups to refine and test-drive your pitches, so come prepared with your platform points!
This free webinar is for women Democrats running for local, county, or state office as part of DDWC’s So You Want to Run for Office candidate training program.