Fundraising
Developing the fund raising plan, organizing the finance committee, scheduling candidate fundraising activity, individual solicitation, direct mail solicitation, events, PAC and Party solicitation, raising money on the Internet.
Questions for the topic "Fundraising".
Can a good fundraising consultant raise the money that I need?
I want to hire a professional fundraiser for my campaign. I hate to sell myself and ask for money but everyone tells me I have to be involved and call. Is that true? Can't a good fundraiser raise the money I need? ...show more
I want to hire a professional fundraiser for my campaign. I hate to sell myself and ask for money but everyone tells me I have to be involved and call. Is that true? Can't a good fundraiser raise the money I need? ...show less
Author: john_b     Submitted on Jul 11, 2013     Last Updated on Jul 13, 2013, 3:39 pm     Comments: 1
Tags: candidate, fundraising, fundraising consultant, asking for money    
How do you estimate how much my campaign will cost?
I read in the paper how many millions of dollars are spent on campaigns today. It's enough to make anyone think more than twice about running for any office. How do you estimate the cost of a campaign? Is there a rule ...show more
I read in the paper how many millions of dollars are spent on campaigns today. It's enough to make anyone think more than twice about running for any office. How do you estimate the cost of a campaign? Is there a rule of thumb that I can go by? ...show less
Author: roselij     Submitted on Jul 12, 2013     Last Updated on Jul 20, 2013, 9:13 am     Comments: 2
Tags: campaign, fundraising, money, budget, cost, incumbent, spending, financial filing, board of elections, campaign weapons    
Should a candidate take contributions from any legitimate source?
We hear so much about owing the special interest groups, the advocates, the PACs, the 527 support - however, campaigning is so expensive, where do you draw the line ... or do you. Is taking money from special interest ...show more
We hear so much about owing the special interest groups, the advocates, the PACs, the 527 support - however, campaigning is so expensive, where do you draw the line ... or do you. Is taking money from special interest groups the "kiss of death" in the modern campaign? ...show less
Author: joy_l     Submitted on Jul 19, 2013     Last Updated on Jul 24, 2013, 12:44 pm     Comments: 1
Tags: special interest groups, pacs, 527 support, contributions, campaign funding    
I'm in a Primary - how much of my resources should be spent on the Primary? How much reserved for the General?
I am interested in the smart decision in regard to how much of your resources should be spent/utilized in the Primary Election, or should money be reserved and remain available for General Election spending? Where do ...show more
I am interested in the smart decision in regard to how much of your resources should be spent/utilized in the Primary Election, or should money be reserved and remain available for General Election spending? Where do you draw the line? ...show less
Author: joy_l     Submitted on Jul 20, 2013     Last Updated on Aug 2, 2013, 11:13 am     Comments: 2
Tags: primary election spending, general election spending, fundraising    
Creating the financial plan .... which comes first, the campaign plan or the fundraising plan?
What comes first ... the plan or the money that you need to spend on it? In other words, should I estimate how much I can raise and then figure out how best to spend it or figure out how much I need to spend and then ...show more
What comes first ... the plan or the money that you need to spend on it? In other words, should I estimate how much I can raise and then figure out how best to spend it or figure out how much I need to spend and then plan on how to raise it? Both seem dangerously wrong. ...show less
Author: joy_l     Submitted on Jul 12, 2013     Last Updated on Aug 15, 2013, 3:46 pm     Comments: 3
Tags: financial plan, budget, fundraising, resources, costs, name recognition, favorability rating, campaign weapons, contingency plan, campaign plan, fund raising plan, exploratory committee    
I need to do a fund raiser in a new district for an "incumbent"?
Due to redistricting, my incumbent was redistricted into a new area & I need to introduce her to a new set of voters and raise money. ...show more
Due to redistricting, my incumbent was redistricted into a new area & I need to introduce her to a new set of voters and raise money. ...show less
Author: Lewis     Submitted on Aug 13, 2013     Last Updated on Aug 16, 2013, 5:57 pm     Comments: 2
Tags: fundraising, new district, redistricting, house party    
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