Thinking about running for office in 2020? Don’t miss Montana Farm Bureau’s Campaign Management Seminar March 2-3 at the Delta Colonial Hotel in Helena.
This two-day comprehensive strategy session covers everything from selecting your campaign theme and platform, to setting up your campaign structure, managing money and winning.
meaningful, hands-on, experience and to test techniques, tools and methods.
The seminar teaches participants how to evaluate the candidate and the electorate, build a campaign structure, raise money, enlist allies, create coalitions, and get last-minute election day voter attention. The seminar is designed for candidates running for public office, their spouses, their campaign managers, individuals interested in running for public office in the future, and prospective campaign managers. We encourage candidates, their spouses, and their campaign managers to attend and work as a team.
"I attended the MFBF campaign school just after I announced my candidacy. Having never run for a state position before, I was in need of a well thought out strategy to base my campaign on. This school was very intense and give us plenty of ideas and practical experience to sort through and use in presenting ourselves as a worthy candidate during the campaign. I was able to win both my primary and general elections with over 70% of the vote. I credit the MFBF school with providing me the fundamentals to get this done. Thank you Farm Bureau." Senator Bruce (Butch) Gillespie
Reserve your spot today! Space is limited to the first 30 participants. Register here or for more information contact Rachel Cone, 406-587-3153 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The seminar will be held at the Delta Colonial Hotel, 2301 Colonial Drive, Helena, MT 59601
Schedule of Events:
8:00 am - 3:30 pm Seminar
Be sure to book your hotel room at the Delta Hotels Helena Colonial
You can book by calling the hotel at 406-443-2100 and asking for the Montana Farm Bureau Federation Campaign School rate of $119/night or book online by clicking here.
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