When April 07, 2020 at 1:00pm 1 hr
Where online
Registration is free!
Many thanks to our Ready to Run® sponsors for making this possible.
Running a political campaign during this unprecedented time is challenging, to say the least.
Join campaign expert Eva Pusateri for a two-part webinar on how to campaign in a thoughtful manner during a pandemic:
Tuesday, April 7th, 1 pm (1 hour) REGISTER HERE

Where Do I Even Begin? Advice for Your Campaign Strategy in this Moment

Join this live session and ask your questions about how to run for office during these uncertain times. Campaign expert Eva Pusateri will discuss the immediate and pressing challenges, along with initial practical advice, about the current situation facing candidates running this year, including dealing with a lack of clarity about election processes and connecting to voters in a time of social distancing. We’ll then open up the session to address your individual questions and circumstances. 
Tuesday, April 14th, 1 pm (1 hour) Registration will open after Part 1.

Next Steps: Moving Forward with a Structured Campaign Plan 

During Part 2, Pusateri will provide a focused overview of key elements of your newly restructured campaign plan, including practical tips for voter contact, message development, and working with a campaign team virtually. She’ll address how to start assessing and restructuring your campaign to reflect the new reality we are living in, how to build a voter contact operation along social distancing guidelines, and more.
This event is co-hosted by the following Ready to Run® National Network partners:
Women and Gender Resource Center, The University of Alabama
Women Lead Arkansas, Inc. 
Department of Politics, Fairfield University (CT)
Women’s Equality and Empowerment Fund of Delaware 
The Institute for Women in Politics of Northwest Florida
The Oasis Center for Women & Girls (FL)
Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics, Iowa State University
Western Illinois University (IL) 
Women 4 Change Leadership Series (IN)
University of Kansas
Newcomb College Institute of Tulane University (LA)
Louisiana Legislative Women’s Caucus 
Department of Political Science, University of St. Thomas (MN)
North Dakota Women's Network
Women’s Intercultural Center (NM)
John Glenn School of Public Affairs, The Ohio State University 
Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center, University of Oklahoma 
Pennsylvania Center for Women and Politics, Chatham University 
Department of Political Science, University of Scranton (PA)
Proyecto 85 (PR)
Ready to Run® South Dakota
Real Women Run (UT)