Four years ago this week something changed American politics forever. Howard Dean introduced "The Bat," and his campaign upended the conventional wisdom about how campaigns are financed.
Four years later, we take it for granted that campaigns will use the Internet for fundraising. But guess what? There's more to it than putting up a webpage and sending out an email. Tomorrow night, DFA's Night School will focus on online fundraising as part of our 2007 Summer Semester on campaign fundraising.
Fundraising: Online and Email
Tuesday, June 26th -- 8:30pm Eastern
We will be joined by experts in online fundraising.
Zack Exley was the Director for Online Organizing and Communications for the Kerry-Edwards campaign in 2004. He has also worked with MoveOn.org and the Dean for America campaign.
Since its founding in 2004, ActBlue has helped raise over $23 million online for Democratic candidates across the country. Karl-Thomas Musselman and Erin Hill will join us on the call.
Tuesday night they will be sharing their knowledge of online fundraising with you and everyone who signs up for Night School.
RSVP today: http://www.dfalink.com/onlinefundraising
Night School is DFA's no-cost online training program. After you sign up, you will receive the information for a nationwide toll free conference call where we'll discuss online fundraising tips and strategies. The presentation includes a slideshow you can view in your internet browser or download and print out beforehand.
All this month Night School is focusing on how to raise money for your campaign, and it won't cost you a thing.
Talk to you Tuesday!
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