Fourth in the series of webinars from advocacy “guru” Stephanie Vance, this session was recorded July 29, 2008.
The question: What is the number one way to get elected officials to understand (and support) libraries? Believe it or not, it’s not difficult or expensive. All you need to do is show them your value in the community they represent.
This session looks at a variety of options for connecting with lawmakers while they are back in the districts for the August District Work Period (August 11 – September 5, 2008). This session outlines quick and easy tactics for advocacy success, from attending a pre-scheduled townhall meeting to inviting a staff person or member to one of your programs.
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