When I try to set up a 1:1
When someone with 2 years less experience than me offers me a job to work under him as his Field Director
How I feel toward the end of a conference call
Q:First of all, I love your blog! I graduated from college a year ago, studying PoliSci, and have had a really comfortable job at a nonprofit for a year. We are going through a merger, which seems like a natural time to leave if I want to, and I have the opportunity to quit and work on a campaign. I really want to explore a career in politics, but I can't decide if I should leave my stable calm lifestyle for the uncertainty of campaigning! How do I choose what to do?!
Q:Hey Nancy. First, this blog is what get's me through call time every day. Second of all, I was wondering what the ideal RFD is like? I've worked on non profit campaigns before, but never as a FO for a candidate, so I'm not completely sure how they should act. My coFO's and I having a hard time with her, mostly because of they way she treats us and volunteers, and her poor time management skills. We try to empower our volunteers, but she treats them more or less like unpaid robots.
Answer here! Chin up!
Q:I feel like my submissions aren't going through correctly because I never see them!
That is probably the case since I publish everything that works and is relevant check out the how to submit section for tips! Thanks for reading!
Q:What have been the best pranks you've seen in a campaign office?
Hmmm… putting this out there to CampaignSick Nation. We used to call each other with soundboards, but I think that might be a little passe.
When I’m hungry and get home at 1am…
When people see me with a clipboard