In 2021 and 2022, America experienced one problem after another. Last year, conservatives rose to the challenge to defeat left-wing Democrats in Virginia from the governor’s mansion all the way down to local government. For over a decade, the state was run by Democrats as it slowly turned from red to purple and eventually blue.
The issues last year that drove voters and conservative candidates were Critical Race Theory in public schools and a Democratic-led government out of touch with citizens. Democrats in the suburbs of Norfolk and Richmond helped lead the way to the GOP victories. Across the country, many ran for school boards to take them from left-wing elitists who refused to listen to their constituents.
I know it’s early to think about 2023, as we’re just under six weeks until the midterm elections. Still, many conservatives are already contemplating their futures. There is a lot at stake. Off-year elections are usually reserved for local government and school boards. Perhaps in your state, there will be state legislative elections as well. No level of government impacts people’s lives more than school boards or local government.
The question is, are you considering a call to run for office?
Are you open to stepping up and taking the challenge?
If so, I know what you’re going through. In 2018, I was pursuing a Master’s Degree in Political Management at George Washington University. I have run numerous congressional campaigns and consulted with state politicians for several years. Then, I decided to run for township supervisor, which is similar to a city council in larger municipalities. I ultimately won the campaign with nearly 75% of the total vote as a newcomer to the community, and my colleagues on the Board made me the Chairman in my first year.
Running for office and public service takes bravery and skill. The first part, I can’t help with, but the second part I can. I found that bravery and confidence is closely tied to competency and experience. When running for school board, local office, or Congress, one can never be too prepared to get comfortable with the uncomfortable.
So, here’s what I’m going to do. I’m creating a course that will help you build your confidence and provide you with the comprehensive knowledge you’ll need before jumping in full-fledged. You’ll want to take me up on this before you spend big money on consultants, hire staff, and recruit volunteers.
See, there are three reasons conservatives lose elections:
- They failed to recognize what was on voters’ minds and create powerful messages that inspire them to cast a ballot for you.
- They fail to inspire donors and volunteers that will aid them in delivering your message.
- They fail to create a pathway to victory.
I’m going to show you how to do all three. I know it works, because I did it myself. Once you’ve taken the course, you’ll have a better idea of what to do and the confidence to defeat your liberal challenger.
I wish I could guarantee you victory. While I can’t, I can give you tools that may put you in a more favorable position with voters. You’ll learn what to do and even a few ideas of what not to do. I’ll use real examples from campaigns.
So, if you’re interested, complete the survey below. I’m working on the course now and expect to have it done in the next few months. I don’t want you to miss out because you forgot. So, drop me a note in the survey, and I’ll keep you informed about what you’ll learn.
Don Purdum, MPS, Political Analyst
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