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July 11 Fairfax, Virginia Activist Training

Are you prepared to stand for liberty and ensure that conservatives have a voice in Virginia? Learn to organize in your community and get-out-the-vote before election day to ensure that we have leaders in our counties — and our state — who protect our liberties, reduce spending and taxes, and create an environment in which our families and our businesses can thrive.

July 11 Fairfax Activist Training

Turn Virginia Red and American Majority Action invite you to join usSaturday, July 11 for a summer activism training in Fairfax, VA!

Where: American Legion Post 177, 3939 Oak St., Fairfax, VA 22030

Date & Time: July 11, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Cost: $25 — this fee includes lunch and training materials

What: Learn how to 1) organize in your precinct, 2) get-out-the-vote (GOTV) before election day, 3) communicate effectively online, 4) work with other groups and manage volunteers, 5) and mobilize in your communities through targeted outreach. Continue reading

Family Foundation Action Partners with American Majority Action

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We are excited to announce that The Family Foundation Action, based in Virginia, has partnered with Turn Virginia Red and American Majority Action to bring our summer activist training series to Virginia this summer.

The mission of The Family Foundation Action is to protect families and promote responsible citizenship by giving Virginians the tools they need to hold their elected officials accountable.

Director of Grassroots Roger Pogge states, “The Family Foundation Action is excited to partner with American Majority Action and Turn Virginia Red to bring top-notch grassroots training to Virginia conservatives.”

About the Trainings:

Cutting-edge presentations and take-home training materials will equip event attendees with practical strategies that every attendee begin to implement immediately. Every event will train conservatives to 1) organize in their precinct, 2) get-out-the-vote (GOTV) before election day, 3) communicate effectively online, 4) work with other groups and manage volunteers, 5) and mobilize in their communities through targeted outreach.

Turn Virginia Red (TVR) is a Virginia-based political action committee that provides support to local Republican parties and conservative candidates to impact the outcome of elections by electing men and women on the state and local level of government.

Training Dates and Locations:

  • Fairfax Activist and Candidate Training, July 11, 2015
  • Prince William Activist and Candidate Training, July 18, 2015
  • Loudoun Activist and Candidate Training, July 25, 2015
  • Fredericksburg Activist and Candidate Training, August 1, 2015
  • Chesterfield Activist and Candidate Training, August 8, 2015
  • Danville Activist and Candidate Training, September 12, 2015

Visit www.turnvared.org for more information!

Turn Virginia Red Campaign & Activism Webinar Series

Join Turn Virginia Red, American Majority Action, and Family Foundation Action for a series of summer activist trainings and webinars.

Each Tuesday from 2-3 p.m. the American Majority Action team will host a free webinar on a variety of activism, communications, and campaign topics, all for the purpose of empowering Virginia conservatives to make change happen in their communities.

LinkedIn for the Conservative Activist
June 9, 2015, 2 to 3 p.m. EDT
Scott Ellis

This growing social media outlet is becoming increasingly important for political professionals. Learn the differences between this and other social media networks, what sets it apart, and why you should craft your presence as carefully here as you do on Twitter. What do “connections” have to do with anything? Should you accept connection requests from professionals you have never actually met? Should you share updates on LinkedIn as frequently as you do on Facebook? Find out the answers to these questions and many more, as you explore how to create and maintain a professional profile.
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Instant Activism
June 16, 2 to 3 p.m. EDT
Tayt Brooks

You’re not running for office, but you still want to make a difference on the political landscape. As an activist, what can you do to impact your local elections? Walk through a complete grassroots strategy, from writing letters to the editor to getting voters to the polls on Election Day. Make the most of your time, starting six months before any given election, and impact your community for conservative principles.
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Campaign GOTV from Start to Finish
June 30, 2015, 2 to 3 p.m. EDT
Tayt Brooks

It’s easy to get bogged down in the details and overlook the broader picture. Take a step back and explore an entire get-out-the-vote strategy from the first phone call all the way to election day. Refocus your own goals and how you’ll accomplish them. Get identified supporters to the polls with successful targeting techniques, live phone banking, and door-to-door field work. Learn to apply persistent and patient technique to your campaign.
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10 Steps to Full Speed Ahead Webinar
July 7, 2015, 2 to 3 p.m. EDT
Nate Nelson

The local activist and volunteer is a campaign’s most significant resource, and sometimes there isn’t much time between the primaries and the General Election. Make the most of your time and resources by following these ten practical ways to mobilize your community in 2015 and beyond.
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Facebook for the Conservative Activist Webinar
July 14, 2015, 2 to 3 p.m. EDT
Scott Ellis

You may think of yourself as a Facebook guru, but stop and consider what it means to be a self-identified conservative activist online. Learn how to maintain a consistent presence, post relevant and eye-catching material, and win over a following in the Facebook world.
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72-Hour GOTV Strategy Webinar
July 21, 2015, 2 to 3 p.m. EDT
Micah Pierce

How you handle the last 72 hours before polls close can be hugely telling on your campaign’s success or failure. It’s never too early to build your last-minute strategy! What you do in these critical moments can turn an entire election, so prepare now to get the right voters to the polls in the last hours of the election cycle.
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Win Online: Unlocking More Power from Social Media Webinar
July 28, 2015, 2 to 3 p.m. EDT
Aubrey Blankenship

You post, retweet, and share online in an effort to express yourself and make a lasting impact for liberty. But how effective are you, really? Learn what conservatives are doing right… and wrong… online. Take the steps to communicate your views and forge meaningful connections on social media using simple tips and techniques that will dramatically increase your impact.
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Conservatives Prepare to Turn Virginia Red: Join Us!

A series of activist-training events put on by Turn Virginia Red (TVR) and American Majority Action (AMA) will be held this summer across Virginia. The trainings will prepare conservatives to organize, mobilize and communicate at a grassroots level to win political bids across Virginia in 2015.

TVR is a Virginia-based political action committee that provides support to local Republican parties and conservative candidates to impact the outcome of elections by electing men and women on the state and local level of government.

Cutting-edge presentations and take-home training materials will equip event attendees with practical strategies that every attendee begin to implement immediately. Every event will train conservatives to 1) organize in their precinct, 2) get-out-the-vote (GOTV) before election day, 3) communicate effectively online, 4) work with other groups and manage volunteers, 5) and mobilize in their communities through targeted outreach.

Visit www.turnvared.org to find a training near you.

Colorado Republicans: Presidential Flash Poll Results

The Voter Gravity Presidential Flash Poll this week was conducted in Colorado. We surveyed 8,296 respondents using the Voter Gravity touchtone survey tool. Don’t forget that if you’re a Voter Gravity client, you can run an unlimited amount of these flash polls yourself!

The Denver Post and Breitbart News picked up the story. Check out what they have to say about the results: Continue reading