Running a campaign during a pandemic has certainly made things difficult.
We have posted our recent Webinar on YouTube, in case you missed it or want to go back and reference a few points.
To recap, here are some of the ways you can campaign during a pandemic.

Build a grassroots army now that you can mobilize later.

Telephone petition drives are great for this – call voters, ask them to add their name to a petition. For those who agree, we collect their email address and ask them to volunteer. Right now, you have people’s attention and you can capture their information to build your supporters. (Watch short webinar clip here).

Introduce yourself. 

The best way to do this is through is peer to peer text, where you can have a two-way conversation with a voter at their convenience. You can also push a 20 second TV commercial directly to the voter’s phone, giving them a better glimpse of who you are. (Watch short webinar clip here).

Peer-to-Peer texting can help you safely collect enough signatures to get your name on the ballot.

Survey your audience.

Use automated surveys (which are inexpensive and fast) to gather critical data on your audience. You can weed out disconnected phones and make the most of your volunteers’ time when it’s time to start doing campaign calls.

Have a Conversation.

Telephone Townhalls create a large audience and are always a great resource when trying to update your voters on quickly changing information.

Our team here at CampaignHQ stands ready to help you with whatever you need, even if you’re not sure of what service you’re looking for, we can help you come up with the best plan to help you get results.

We are used to providing our clients with lightning fast service, yet a keen attention to detail.

Give us a call or drop me an email if you need expert help with schedules, budgets and scripting.