Run to Win Candidate Trainings
Built on the idea that you don’t need a Ph.D. or years of political experience to get involved, Run to Win trains women interested in running for office from the ground up.
This year, we’ll be hosting online and in-person trainings for women who are thinking about running for office. These trainings will guide you through the basic nuts and bolts of planning a run for office: The questions to ask yourself, the things to start thinking about, and the steps you can take to get there. Tip: The most important thing is to be willing to learn and ask questions.
Check out our regularly updated training schedule and sign up to get more information as training dates are confirmed.
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Note: Past webinars and in-person trainings are listed in gray.
Upcoming 2020 Run to Win Webinars
Political Action Committees (PACs) and Endorsements
Run to Win In-Person Trainings
In-person trainings are postponed until further notice. Thank you for understanding. Please join our online webinars in the meantime.
Campaigning in Rural Communities
Relationship Building for Campaigns
Budgeting Best Practices
Mobilizing and Managing Volunteers Remotely
Digital Fundraising Fundamentals
Hosting Virtual Events
Introduction to Digital Tactics
Fundraising through Call Time
Fundamentals of Running for Office
Fundraising and Budgeting Best Practices
Digital Mini-Series: Social Media 101
Digital Mini-Series: Email 101
Digital Mini-Series: Digital Organizing 101
Running for Re-election
Is Running Right for Me?
ABCs of Setting Up Your Campaign
How Do I Help Get a Woman Elected?
Defining Your Values
Delivering Your Message
How to Work on a Campaign
You Won the Primary, Now What?
The Final Sprint: GOTV
Rapid Response and Crisis Management
Knocking Doors & Phone Banking 101