Four Key Facts You Need to Know About State Advocacy
A divided federal government next year is resulting in many organizations expanding their state advocacy programs as state legislatures will play a much greater role in advancing public policy work.
If your organization is considering (or already moving forward with) expanding its state advocacy work next year, I encourage you to read my newest whitepaper - Four Key Facts You Need to Know About State Advocacy.
It includes helpful information as you plan out your digital communication and volunteer engagement strategies for next year.
And for those state advocacy experts reading this post, I encourage you to share your own top tips in the comments as well.
Of course, if you or your team would benefit from strategic or tactical support in building out and implementing your 2023 federal or state advocacy plans, I’d love to put my 25+ years of advocacy, grassroots and digital communication experience to work for your organization. You can reach me through LinkedIn or my website at rubensteinimpact.com.
Thank you to Capitol Canary from Quorum for partnering with me in the publication of the white paper.