Civic And Political Affairs

We voted for you! Holding Elected Officials Accountable in their Communities Your Presenters Laura Kerr, Senior Advisor, Constituent Advocacy Tyler Whitmire, Senior Vice President, Organizing Miles Durfee, Acting Senior Vice President, Regional Advocacy Joanne Ahola, Director, Political Engagement Session Outcomes: 1. Understand the lifecycle of an elected official. 2. Learn different strategies and how to apply them to build your influence with elected officials. Lifecycle of an Elected Official Phase #1 Campaign Mode Phase #3 Ongoing

Accountability Phase #2 Newly Elected or Re-Elected (First 3 Months) Power Comes in Two Forms Organized Money State & Local Candidates want access to both types of power. Organized People How to engage candidates and elected officials in each of these stages: Phase 1: Campaign Mode C4 C3

Organized Money Give direct contributions Get endorsements for them Attend their fundraising events Organized People Host meet & greets for all candidates Host non-partisan candidate forums Educate all candidates on charter issues Invite all candidates to your campus(es) Phase 2: Newly Elected (First 3-Months) Organized Money Help with debt retirement or host a debt retirement event Organized People Charter community present for swearing-in ceremony

First 100 days meetings Add electeds to your mailing lists/distribution lists and invite them to school visits, graduations, etc Phase 3: Ongoing Accountability Organized Money Give to causes incumbents care about Organized People Incumbent Vote Accountability Raise your own leadership in your community by serving on committees or education round tables Host Electeds How do I know who is running? 1. Bookmark Your County Elections Office 2. Set a calendar reminder for the candidate deadlines: March 2020 Elections December 6, 2019

and extended is December 11 November 2020 Elections August 7, 2020 and extended is August 12 3. Reach out to the county elections office for candidate contact information How to engage candidates and elected officials in each of these stages: Phase 1: Campaign Mode C4 C3 Organized Money Give direct contributions Get endorsements for them Attend their fundraising events Organized People Host meet & greets for all candidates Host non-partisan candidate forums Educate all candidates on charter issues

Invite all candidates to your campus(es) Phase 2: Newly Elected (First 3-Months) Organized Money Help with debt retirement or host a debt retirement event Organized People Charter community present for swearing-in ceremony First 100 days meetings Add electeds to your mailing lists/distribution lists and invite them to school visits, graduations, etc Phase 3: Ongoing Accountability Organized Money Give to causes incumbents care about Organized People

Incumbent Vote Accountability Raise your own leadership in your community by serving on committees or education round tables Host Electeds You have a new student! They are your newly elected or re-elected official. How do you help them become a great student of charter schools? How to engage candidates and elected officials in each of these stages: Phase 1: Campaign Mode C4 C3 Organized Money Give direct contributions Get endorsements for them Attend their fundraising events

Organized People Host meet & greets for all candidates Host non-partisan candidate forums Educate all candidates on charter issues Invite all candidates to your campus(es) Phase 2: Newly Elected (First 3-Months) Organized Money Help with debt retirement or host a debt retirement event Organized People Charter community present for swearing-in ceremony First 100 days meetings Add electeds to your mailing lists/distribution lists and invite them to school visits, graduations, etc

Phase 3: Ongoing Accountability Organized Money Give to causes incumbents care about Organized People Incumbent Vote Accountability Raise your own leadership in your community by serving on committees or education round tables Host Electeds Thank You & Final Questions [email protected]

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