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Voter Contact Workshop

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What you will learn

With local elections picking up steam, the Voter Contact Workshop will get your campaign focused on what matters most when the clock is ticking.

This workshop will equip candidates, activists, and organizers with short-term, high-impact tactics to identify and contact voters effectively.

The skills and models that will be taught are distilled from best practices of campaigns, marketing, sales, and psychology.

This training is intended for people running for local office, and the staff, advisors, or volunteers of their campaigns. No prior experience is necessary, and activities are designed to produce immediate results and breakthroughs for those who participate fully.

Attendees will learn how to:
Recruit and Retain Volunteers and Organization Members
Build Coalitions and Lists of Contacts, Donors, Supporters, Petition Signatures, etc.
Activate Contacts to Get and Stay Involved
Connect New Members on Social Media and in Person
Organize Data with Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets
Nurture Relationships in the long term

Registration fees cover a meal and training materials, including access to all of the training content upon completion of the training.


Starts Thursday, October 7

Thu 7:   6:00 PM - 9:00 PM


1522 Thousand Oaks Blvd
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 Map




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Your faculty

Nathan Fatal

Nathan Fatal

Volunteer Faculty

Nathan is a Grassroots Program Coordinator for the Leadership Institute and an organizer based in Los Angeles. He has trained over 7,000 activists, leading among other things to pro-free speech policy changes at 52 colleges in California and 24 colleges in Arizona. In 2020 he was a Field Director for a Congressional Campaign and advised two ballot initiatives, netting over 200,000 voter contacts between the three campaigns. He recently founded Critical Mass Group, a consulting firm that specializes in building volunteer-centered field programs.

He has worked on, advised, or trained campaigns from the top to the bottom of the ballot, and in total he has overseen hundreds of volunteers and campaign field staffers in 20 states.