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Women Winning Campaigns
Political campaign training in Ukiah, Saturday, February 26, 2011, by National Women’s Political Caucus and Service Employees Union International.
Women Winning Campaigns is offered by the Women’s Leadership Fund of the National Women’s Political Caucus of California (NWPC) and Service Employees Union International on Saturday, February 26, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the SEIU Hall, 655 Kings Ct., Ukiah . This training is geared towards to November elections for school boards, community service districts or November 2012 elections for supervisors and city councils.
"Women considering a first run for public office and political veterans should attend this valuable training to learn how to run to win without costly consultants and media budgets," said Val Muchowski , CTA Women's Leadership Trainer and NWPC CA Vice President of Education and Training. “We’re also running a special track for people running for judge”.
Campaign skills training will be taught by NWPC certified trainers Estelle Clifton of Ukiah, Lynda McClure of Boonville and Val Muchowski of Philo. This training is open to all.
Besides skills training, the day-long session includes campaign handbook, lunch with a panel of politically knowledgeable women, and a wine reception. Topics include why run, getting started, fund raising, campaign team, and endorsements.
Estelle Clifton of NWPC-Mendocino will moderate a luncheon panel of politically knowledgable women.
Pre- Registration is sliding scale of $10 to $20. Registration at the door is $30. Call Val Muchowski (707-895-3543) or email email@example.com to register. Pre-register at NWPC, PO Box 1140, Ukiah, CA 95482 or on line at nwpcca.org
The National Women's Political Caucus (www.nwpc.org )is a nationwide multi-partisan organization working to build women's participation in the political process and increasing the number of women in elected and appointed positions, by recruiting, training, and supporting women who seek those elected and appointed offices. Service Employees Union International represents Mendocino County employees.
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