The single best way to show voters and donors your political brand is built to WIN!

Build a Political Brand That Wins

Starting your political campaign can be overwhelming. 

Too many Democrats give up on their dream of running for office because they don’t know where to even start. 

That’s why we’re here! 

We want to fix that. 

We want to help you because we want to see more Democrats in office. 

So, we’ve put together our best expert advice from more than a decade’s worth of experience working on Democratic elections.

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Where to Get Started 

One of the biggest mistakes we’ve seen over the years is when the candidate goes public before they’re ready. 

There’s a lot of planning that needs to be done before you make the announcement that you’re running for office. 

Here are just a few things to consider: 

  1. Establishing your brand
  2. Building your campaign team
  3. Understanding your reason for running
  4. Identifying your platform
  5. Developing your message
  6. Creating a strategy

How to Establish Your Brand

So, you’re probably wondering what is the single best way to show voters and donors your political brand is built to win?

The answer is simple. 

Look like a winner. 

You’ve probably been told “confidence is key” or “fake it till you make it” at some point in your life, and that sentiment is pertinent for your political campaign as well. 

In order for voters and donors to believe in you and support you, you need to believe in yourself and be confident in your vision for your campaign. 

That means you need to have gone through all of the planning steps before you announce your political campaign to the public, so you can present them the most confident and comprehensive image of your candidacy. 

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How to REALLY Look Like a Winner

The best way to solidify your image is through great photography. 

You can grab someone’s attention at the glance of an eye with a good photo on your website, mailers, advertisements, or social media posts.

Your photographs need to be high quality, professional, and powerful.

When you can’t speak to everyone, you need your photos to speak for you. 

You deserve a voice in shaping our democracy, so check out our detailed guide to race-winning photography.  

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