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Campaign toolkit

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Your Personal Guide for Political Action

Need ideas for how to "Crash the Gates"? Not sure where to start? Whether you have only a few minutes a week or can devote full time to helping create change, there's always something you can do right now.

The following is a collection of links to articles related to campaigns and how to get personally involved with political actions, from the smallest local level to the biggest national level.

Like Daily Kos, Kosopedia and all grassroots efforts, this page needs your input too! Feel free to add links, or even new categories of links if you have them. Everyone benefits from our collective wisdom... this is simply one more way you can help crash those gates. Now post! Post like the wind!!

Running a Campaign

Madison Ave. Ad Exec Reveals How GOP Wins Elections courtesy of Mr. Populist

Is Your Campaign Really Volunteer Friendly? by Charles Hobson, Campaigns & Elections Inc.

New Organizing Institute Wiki - The NOI wiki is devoted to progressive campaign resources


Writing Letters to the Editor That Get Published by BB10

Organizing & Networking

Community Organizing Books that Work by BB10

How to Start (or Energize) a Local Dem Committee by philinmaine

LOCAL ORGANIZING: Nuts n Bolts: You want it? by philinmaine

Democracy for America Training Academy

Voter Outreach & Issues

Breaking: Rural People NOT Fucktards After All by willers

Shut up and listen. Maybe you'll learn something. by VetGrl

Grassroots Populist Campaigning in Texas by David Van Os

The Face of the Working Poor by TXSharon

Little Things Anyone Can Do

100 Actions, one thing each day that you can do to get active

DON'T JUST DO Something, Sit There! Blogging Red to Blue by SLJ

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This page was last modified 05:32, 20 November 2006 by Willow Polson. Based on work by Rob Pierson and Chad Lupkes. Content is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.

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