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Campaign Workshop, Maverick County

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What you will learn

"Make a perfect list of voters, and ascertain with certainty for whom they will vote, and on Election Day see that every Whig is brought to the polls." Abraham Lincoln

The Texas Campaign School teaches you how to manage or contribute to a winning campaign. You will learn to create a campaign, finance, and communications plan.

Additional on-demand content, which complements this material, is available to program enrollees.

Ideal attendees are campaign staff, candidates, volunteers, activists, and anyone interested in impacting public policy.

Attendees will learn how to:
• Develop a campaign strategy
• Determine vote goals and voter targeting
• Create a compelling message
• Fundraise for your campaign

For the full list of dates and locations for the LI Texas Tour, visit www.LeadershipInstitute.org/Texas.

Details

Starts Saturday, July 17

Sat 17:   8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Location:

Hampton Inn Eagle Pass
3301 E. Main Street
Eagle Pass, TX 78852 Map

Cost

$25.00

Manager

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Scot Crockett

Contact Scot with your questions.

Your faculty

Scot Crockett

Scot Crockett

Director of Grassroots Engagement

Scot Crockett is Director of Grassroots Engagement at the Leadership Institute, where he helps conservatives become more effective campaigners.

Scot has spent much of his life volunteering for and working on political and issue-based campaigns. His experience spans everything from state legislative to Presidential campaigns. Scot's campaign positions include Campaign Manager for both gubernatorial and congressional campaigns, Research Director and Volunteer Coordinator among other positions.

Beyond the campaign world, Scot worked in the office of Governor Arne Carlson, the Minnesota Senate Republican Caucus, and as Special Assistant to the U.S. Secretary of Labor. He was also a Managing Director at DCI Group, Vice President of Campaign Services at DDC Advocacy, and the Principal at his eponymous public affairs firm.

Raised in St. Paul, Minnesota, Scot attended Ripon College (home of the Republican Party!) He lives in Bristow, Virginia with his wife, Sally, four daughters, and two poorly behaved dogs. When not working, he coaches soccer, fly fishes and works in his woodshop.