How Do You Present Yourself As A Candidate?

  1. What’s your SLOGAN?
  2. What is your stump speech (a stump speech is a few paragraphs summarizing why you want to represent your district, what you’ll personally bring to the office, you vision statement for the district and the state.
  3.  Design a campaign sign.
  4. Which newspaper, official, celebrity endorsements will you seek? Why?
  5. How do you get out the vote? Given your issue stands, what voter groups do you need to target?  What is the general party identification distribution in your district (refer back to the district analyses documents on your current legislator’s homepage)?
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