Tag Archives: advocacy

Elections Have Consequences

In 2009 President Obama stated the obvious, “Elections have consequences”. And the same could and should be said today. Elections do have consequences. Many that supported Obama then – liked his comment then. Today those same people are feeling the consequences of the past election.   This election gives rise to two American movements. One […]

Is American Democracy Eroding?

To say this political season has brought us much angst, would be the biggest understatement of the year. They say a day in a political campaign is like a lifetime. If this is true, then we have all aged considerably this election cycle with seven more lifetimes to come this week. Now the unsettling events […]

Are you Ready for Post 11-9?

Finally, we are three weeks away from election day. Did we ever think this day would come? People are frightened. They don’t know where our nation is headed. Will there be rage over the election results?  Will people accept the results of our voting?  The real question now is, what happens post-election on November 9th? How do […]

Is your Advocacy Campaign Stuck-in-the-Mud? Here are 10 common mistakes.

You began your advocacy campaign with the best intentions. You care about the issue(s). You want to make a difference. But you get stuck-in-the-mud or derailed in the process. Here are 10 common mistakes made in advocacy campaigns and helpful cues to avoid or correct them. 1. Not Organized Is your group structured for organization? […]