UPDATE: A recording of this Webinar may be viewed at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxPr8aUIVquEM0RFdm5aZ194Uk0/view
An archive of this and other how-to webinars by the GPUS Coordinated Campaign Committee can be found here: http://gpus.org/committees/coordinated-campaign/ccc-webinars/
Interested in running Green in 2017 or 2018? The Green Party will host a webinar for all declared candidates, those considering a run for office, and key support staff on Tuesday, January 24 at 9:00 PM (Eastern time), 6:00 PM (Pacific time).
This webinar is designed for declared candidates, and especially those considering a run for office this year with the Green Party. Potential 2018 candidates also welcome. Those who are (or plan to be) key support staff or volunteers are also welcome to join. This particular session will focus on:
– Why run for office?
– What does a typical campaign look like?
– What personal considerations should influence my decision?
– How do I seek a Green Party endorsement?
This webinar will be led by Jennifer Baker, recently elected to the Napa Valley College Board of Trustees and Alex Shantz, who ran her campaign.
Jennifer Baker is currently serving as a Communications Media Specialist for the Napa Valley Unified School District in Napa, CA where she lives with her husband and two elementary school children. She holds Masters degrees in Library Science and Public Administration. In a highly contentious race against a firmly entrenched incumbent and political insider, she was elected to a 4-year term on the Napa Valley College Board of Trustees, representing Area 1 this November. While she has over 25 years of public service experience, this is her first publicly elected position.
Alex Shantz, who also has held office as a Napa Valley College Board of Trustees, is active with the Green Party of California. He also recently served on the St. Helena United School District Board. Read more about Alex here: http://www.cagreens.org/
RSVP here for the call-in details: http://www.gp.org/so_you_want_to_run_for_office
UPDATE: Here’s a link to the Webinar video posted on Jill Stein’s Facebook page: