Insights & Resources
The easiest way to differentiate your Election Night Party is to serve some bomb food.
You’ve agreed on your vision and values and come together in coalition. Now you’ll need a structure for organizing your members before you begin doing this work together.
Legislative session just ended, so you should be planning for next session now. Too often great policy ideas are left behind in the chaos of the legislative session and are discarded in committee, on the floor, or worse, at the very bottom of some staffer’s
Framing a narrative is difficult, necessary work. But it’s absolutely required to make some of the most important changes to civic life possible. Crafting a narrative message
I’ll be the first to say, as an organizer turned consultant, I burned out in my last role. If there was a bingo card for the various tasks that led up to voter engagement events, time spent in the VAN, and end-of-year leadership summits
I can’t believe that headline needs to be written but let’s cut to the chase: during the primaries, the House Democratic Central Campaign Committee meddled in some of the closest congressional races around the country by spending