ICYMI: BUILDING AN EFFECTIVE STATE ADVOCACY PROGRAM FROM DC

ICYMI: BUILDING AN EFFECTIVE STATE ADVOCACY PROGRAM FROM DC

Kristen Prather, state director of grassroots programs at CUNA recently had an article in Campaigns & Elections with great tips on how to build an effective state advocacy program for national organizations.  As she notes:

“Though these basic activities form the backbone of any successful state advocacy presence, there are even more beneficial/advanced activities for state-level advocacy. Organizations should always look for ways to better understand their members. A good way to do this is through surveys of membership looking at demographics, key issues to members, and determining if members know any elected officials and how they’re connected to them.”

You can read the full article with all her advice by clicking here.

If you’d like to learn how you can easily gather data on your membership and how you can then leverage that data to assist with lobby days, trainings, and other advocacy actions, contact our team today.

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