Maybe you can never see yourself as a candidate, but would love to be involved in getting a woman from your area elected to your County Council.
Having a team that knows the ropes will make a huge different to a woman running for election, regardless of how much or how little time you have to give.
There are plenty of different roles within a campaign team. Aside from the Campaign Manager who will be in charge of the campaign, a candidate will welcome someone to manage the campaign’s finances, canvassers and people to deliver flyers, poster teams, admin help, and drivers for canvassing in rural areas. Even someone to do school runs, cook and keep on top of the laundry will be a valued team member.
FREE Online Workshops
Women who are interested in getting behind a woman to help her are very welcome to our workshops that complement the See Her Elected Guide to Running in the 2024 Local Elections. We have two series of FREE online workshops that will take you from being able to articulate why you or your candidate should run, right through to the election count and beyond.
All our monthly one-hour workshops run on four different days of the week and at four different times to best fit in with your day to day life.
The three FREE introductory online workshops cover:
- Key Issues & Building your Profile
- The Toolbox: Maps & Stats (Analytical work on voting patterns in your local electoral area)
- Party or Independent and Tips for Building your Team
On completion, you will be invited to join an additional series of Election Workshops.
For those who completed the introductory workshops we then move on to examine the nuts and bolts of campaign strategy, canvassing strategy and a communications strategy.
- Building Blocks of a Campaign Strategy
- Communications Strategy: Press Releases
- Public Speaking and Being on the Radio
- Building Blocks of your Social Media Strategy
- Paid Promotion as part of your Communications Strategy
- Photography & Videography
- Finalising your Campaign & Canvassing Strategy
- Finalising your Communications Strategy