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Interviews for Central Committee Vacancies

Posted: July 25, 2017 at 5:52 pm   /   Politics

On August 5th, interviews are being conducted to fill two vacancies on the central committee. One vacancy is in LD 18 and one is for an At-Large seat. The interview schedule is as follows: 10 Bonnie Glick AL 10:30 Rudy Dahl AL 11  Delamin AL 11:30 Pat Spaulding AL 12 Alexander Bush 18

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Dr. Politics: Digital Campaigning Part III – Twitter & Instagram Recap

Posted: July 19, 2017 at 9:19 pm   /   DrPolitics, Newsletter, Politics

By Dwight Patel We are now covering Part III in the study of digital campaigning. We have done the overview and covered Facebook for campaigns and setting up campaign blogs. Now we embark on Twitter and Instagram. Twitter is akin to the elevator speech. Get your message out in 140 characters or less. Instagram demonstrates […]

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Dr. Politics: Digital Campaign Part II – FACEBOOK AND BLOGS

Posted: July 1, 2017 at 4:35 pm   /   DrPolitics, Newsletter, Politics

By Dwight Patel Recap Last time Dr. Politics covered the importance of a digital campaign plan. Spoke on various social media platforms from Facebook to LinkedIn. Now let’s focus on Facebook and Blogs. FACEBOOK CAMPAIGNS: First create a separate campaign Facebook page. You do that by going to https://www.facebook.com/pages/create/ . You will be at the […]

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Dr. Politics: Digital Campaigning, Part 1

Posted: June 12, 2017 at 9:52 pm   /   DrPolitics, Newsletter, Politics

By Dwight Patel Campaigning has changed a bit from when I first ran for MD House of Delegates in 1994. At that time, if I wanted to connect with voters, I had three options. Direct Mail, Door Knocking and Doing Media Buys. For the most part media buys are just too expensive, and when running […]

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Dr. Politics: Campaign Collaterals Dos, Don’ts and ARE YOU CRAZY?

Posted: May 31, 2017 at 9:04 am   /   DrPolitics, Newsletter, Politics

By Dwight Patel Let’s Review What We Have Covered So Far You’ve  filed for candidacy, put your finance team in place, and finished your first campaign event.  You likely have a small core group of volunteers now as well.  Hopefully, you also have a war chest of $5,000 to $10,000  in cash on hand, a […]

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