PeoplesHub Workshop – Connect online as an individual
Get Out the Vote: Build a Winning Campaign
This training will teach you how to develop a non-partisan Get Out the Vote campaign with the most effective strategies for turnout, communication and volunteer management, and how to inspire disenfranchised registered voters to go to the polls.
Trainer: Linda Stout, Founder and Executive Director, Spirit in Action
Training Length and Type:
90 minutes — Connect as an individual
Monday, October 15 at 4pm PT / 6pm CT / 7pm ET
This training is ideal for:
People who are interested in building power through organizing a Get Out The Vote campaign—open to both new and established groups and individuals.
You’ll come away with:
- Most effective Get Out the Vote strategies
- Communication tools techniques
- Strategies for building a successful non-partisan campaign where you live
What do you do to prepare?
Please choose a location with a strong internet connection, where you are able to speak and listen comfortably. You’ll need a laptop or desktop computer, and headphones.
CostPeoplesHub is committed to making trainings accessible, regardless of ability to pay. Our Workshop Trainers are some of the most experienced trainers and organizers who, like you, are working hard for change in their communities. In order to offer trainers fair compensation, the real cost of a PH workshop is $40/person. Please pay what you can afford. Our goal is to ensure our trainings are accessible and to allow folks to “pay it forward.” Thanks for your support! We look forward to learning with you.
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Trainer: Linda Stout
Linda is an activist and a visionary working against injustice within her world, her country, and her community. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Spirit in Action, which seeks out transformative tools, models, and resources for building a powerful and visionary progressive movement. She was the Executive Director of the Peace Development Fund, a public foundation supporting social justice organizations, and the Founder and Executive Director of the Piedmont Peace Project, an organization committed to drawing leadership from poor and working-class communities. Linda is the author of two books, Bridging the Class Divide and Collective Visioning. She has given over 600 lectures, sermons, and workshops in the last 35 years in an effort to use her voice to unite change-makers and create a just world.