FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
January 24, 2019
Contact: Stephanie Lowe
Huntsville Committee of 100 Aims to Train Potential Candidates
The Huntsville Committee of 100 is offering a Political Training Institute for candidates, potential candidates, campaign staff members, and others interested in the political process or running a successful political campaign.
The training will include campaign information important for city, county, and state legislative offices. The institute will include four lunch sessions from 11:00 until 1:00 p.m. at the Bryant Bank Building. Cost is $125 (4 weeks) and includes lunch.
Through their political action arm, BizPac, the Committee is committed to training and supporting potential candidates.
Topics to be covered and the speakers are:
Thursday, February 7th
Campaign 101: So You Want to Run for Office?
Greg Shaw, Madison City Council D4
Dave Weis, Madison County BOE
Thursday, February 14th
Trust but Verify: Polling Research & Strategy
Mayor Paul Finley, City of Madison
Steve Raby, Direct Communications
Thursday, February 21st
Get Out the Vote: Campaign Marketing & Communication Strategies
Bronwen Murray, Twickenham Fest
John Olshefski, Former Huntsville City Council, Huntsville Utilities
Thursday, September 27th
The Digital Campaign: Website & Social Media
Devyn Keith, President, Huntsville City Council D1
Laurie Heard, Move Digital
To register for the Political Training Institute visit www.huntsvillecommitteeof100.org/political-training-institute/.
The Huntsville Committee of 100 is a business organization of 255 CEOs and professionals – including 50 young professionals — committed to long-term strategies that support economic development, high-quality public education, and cooperative local government.