Monday, March 15, 2010

Campaign For Liberty Midwest Leadership Conference

Saturday, March 27
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1400 Chemistry Building
930 N. University Ave
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Presented by the Campaign For Liberty of Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio

The Midwest Leadership Conference is an intensive 1-day program, beginning at 11am and ending at 7pm with a 1-hour lunch break in the middle. Materials will be provided, but plan to take your own notes.

There will be a social at a nearby restaurant following the program.

At the Campaign For Liberty Midwest Leadership Conference, you will learn:

■What does and does not motivate politicians to fear and respect you
■How mass movements fail, and why
■Access-based lobbying versus confrontational lobbying
■Putting power behind your words on Election Day
■How to choose battles that will grow your organization
■How to pass and defeat legislation
■How to target legislators who vote against you, and which to go after first
■How to grow your organization and develop your data resources
■How to raise the money you need to be effective
Tickets for the training are $19. As Campaign For Liberty believes that greater constituent pressure upon the political class is generally a healthy thing, members of all limited-government organizations are

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