Voices For Family Values Candidate & Volunteer Seminar 2012

Please Note:  Early Registration Deadline Is Friday 8 June 2012

Fee Increases Thereafter.  Map Will Be Found After Registration Link Is Selected.

Please join our non-profit sister organization, Voices for Family Values, for this event!
   Campaign Seminar 2012    

Friday & Saturday

June 15 & 16

 

Schedule:

Pt. 1 Friday, June 15

12pm – 6pm

Pt. 2 Saturday, June 16

8am – 2pm

Lunch provided Saturday only

Location:

New Beginnings Church

3601 Montgomery Blvd NE

Albuquerque, NM 87109

Cost/Deadlines to Register:

Before June 8 – $30

After June 8 – $50

-Includes materials and lunch on

Saturday

Presenter:

Congressman Bill Redmond

(R, NM, Ret.)

Bill has run in four federal races

and is a pastor and a graduate of

Chuck Colson’s worldview study

– the Centurion Program. He understands the unique challenges to New Mexico political races.

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Do values matter in modern-day politics?More and more political leaders and parties are choosing to sacrifice culture-defining issues such as life, liberty, marriage and the family on the altar of political expediency, mistakenly believing that values no longer matter to voters.What you’ll learn at the Seminar:Causes of campaign wins & lossesIdentifying how many votes a candidate needs to win

Drawing voters with a message of truth

Running against incumbents

The difference between a campaign strategy and tactic

Recruiting a winning organization

“Shoe leather express” – meeting the voters door-to-door

Avoid “return to sender” – raising money via mail

“Count the cost” – how much money do I need to win?

Why people will give to your race

When to spend your campaign funds

Understanding a Biblical Worldview of government

True the Vote, a national grassroots voter integrity organization, will be providing a special presentation to help you prevent voter fraud in your race.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can attend?

Any candidate, spouse, campaign staff, volunteers, elected officials, party leaders, Pastors, church leaders, passionate conservatives, and those thinking about running for office in the future.

What should I wear?

Dress should be casual and comfortable.

What about food and lodging?

Snacks will be provided Friday, snacks and lunch on Saturday are provided.

Lodging is on your own.

The closest hotel is:

Best Western Plus Executive Suites

4630 Pan American East Fwy NE

Albuquerque, NM 87109

(505) 830-0900

Reservations are on your own.

What will I miss if I arrive late or leave early?

The seminar curriculum is developed to take participants chronologically through the process of planning and running a winning campaign. Each session builds on the previous sessions, so arriving late or leaving early is not recommended.

What if I don’t have any political experience?

Not a problem. The seminar curriculum and practical tools were developed to help both novice campaigns and experienced political professionals. State of the art technology will be discussed.

What should I expect?

You should arrive prepared to experience two intense days of campaign training different from any other available today. The dress and atmosphere are casual and surprisingly fun. The training itself is practical, fast-paced, and entertaining. You can expect to leave with the practical tips, tools, and tactics you need to run a successful campaign at any level – without having to compromise your conscious.

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