WORKSHOP: Effective Messaging + Media for Political Campaigns

Are you ready to run for office in 2024?
School Board? Municipal? Committee? Legislature?

NOW is the time to start planning and building your platform and your message!

Tuesday, February 6 + Tuesday, February 13 from 6:30-7:45 p.m.

This two-part Interactive Webinar on Effective Messaging + Media for Political Campaigns will offer one-on-one guidance for all participants.

What are the key building blocks candidates need for fundraising emails, press, social media, and more?

What are the right words to use to convey your message? And how do you reach voters and supporters in the digital universe?

We will review case studies on effective messaging, social media, and public relations and have interactive discussions to review you and/or your team’s current plans and materials (or help you start from scratch!)

As a political communications expert, Paige Wolf works to help advance Democratic politicians and policy. Learn how you can use messaging, press, and a strong social media presence to reach voters and supporters. These interactive workshops will give concrete, actionable advice to get your message across and break through the noise to make a real difference in your community.


Your webinar was chock full of terrific, useful, and timely information. I knew I wanted even more, so signed up for your workshop. This is where you really shine! You provided all of us with important information which was immediately helpful. You have a wealth of knowledge and insight into this wacky world of campaigning! I particularly love how you don’t mince words! You helped us develop our own voices with personalization and gave tips and on-the-spot recommendations for changes. It’s not easy to hear or give criticism, but to step into the role of public servant, we better be ready for it! You’ve got us prepared for all of it! Thanks for making the time to educate and inform us, and for your desire to help get quality people elected!

Nancy Gross

Candidate for Mayor of Woodcliff Lakes, NJ