Fw: tracking the donations
- 1. Contribute to the campaign
1a. Volunteer time at the office (I understand you're
1b. Provide the campaign with information (since
you prefer the phone, keep tabs on independent
internet efforts and report to Yvonne or Penny);
1c. Decide what you enjoy doing and offer to do
it as a volunteer (it could be something simple
or something where you have expertise);
2. Promote Ron Paul's candidacy
2a. You can spend every day visiting political
blogs and posting comments on articles, with
links to Ron Paul's website;
2b. Find local GOP events, print out some of
Ron's speeches or articles and distribute them
to party activists and officers;
2c. Become an "expert" on one of Ron Paul's
main issues and offer to make a presentation
at local civil and charitable clubs;
3. Build visibility for Ron's liberty ideals
3a. Get a list of GOP officers in your district,
call them and urge them to consider endorsing;
3b. Write letters to the editor on *any* topic
and explain why liberty ideals apply and how
Ron Paul will apply them;
3c. Use whatever local resources you can find
to get people together for meetings on local
activism (rlc.meetup.com is a place to start)
Within each of these are dozens of specific projects
that will "contribute" to the campaign.
However, you'll need to take a different perspective
on your involvement: don't order other people around -
*entice them* to exercise their own rights and speak
out or "contribute" to the effort. MOTIVATE first, then
command by offering opportunities.
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