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a basic step by step on fundamentals of door-to-door and phone banking.

a basic step by step on fundamentals of door-to-door and phone banking.

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Combined Phone & D2 D Presentation Transcript

  • 1. D2D Making Your Door-to-Door & Phone Bank Campaigns Effective PHONES
  • 2. Defining the purpose
    • Voter ID
    • Voter Registration
    • Advocacy
      • Candidate
      • Issue
    • Mobilization
    DOOR – TO – DOOR or PHONE BANKS ?
    • Volunteer Recruitment
    • Absentee Chase and Early Voting Calls
    • Defense
    • Internal Communications
    • GOTV
    • Peer to Peer Coalition
  • 3. Voter ID
    • Party affiliation;
    • Likelihood to vote;
    • Decision making issue;
    • Favorability on a candidate or legislation;
    • Socio-economic profile.
  • 4. Absentee and Early Voting
    • Absentee Ballot Requests
    • Absentee Ballot Follow up
    • Early Voting Reminders
  • 5. Advocacy
    • Targeted voters;
    • Targeted message;
    • Call to action;
    • Gets the candidate out and talking.
  • 6. Volunteers
    • The Add on…
    • Recruiting Phoners
    • Recruiting Walkers
    • Recruiting Volunteer Captains
    • Recruiting for Parades, Fairs, Events
    • Other?
  • 7. Internal Communications (Mainly Phones)
    • Volunteer to volunteer contact:
    • Events;
    • Fundraisers;
    • Trainings;
    • Upcoming volunteer opportunities.
  • 8. GOTV
    • Go vote!
    • Go vote here…
    • Go vote at this time…
    • Go vote until I tell you to stop!
  • 9. Volunteer Profile
    • Friendly
    • Clear spoken
    • Reliable
    • Self motivated
    • Presentable
    • Physically able to do job
    • Friendly
    • Clear spoken
    • Reliable
    • Task oriented
    • No auditory challenges
    TRAINED!!!
  • 10. Logistics
    • Location
      • Proximity to Volunteers
      • Parking
      • Safety
      • Atmosphere of activity
      • Cleanliness
      • Mistaking good visibility for a good location
    • Staff
    • Phones: hard line vs. mobile
    • Check-in, seating charts, traffic flow
    • Briefing and volunteer training
    • Break area and refreshments
    • Repeat volunteers
  • 11. Required Materials
    • Walking Lists
      • Font size
      • Easy to mark and track
      • Easy to read
    • Reviewed Maps
    • Vehicles
    • Clipboards
    • Handout
    • Back-pack, bag, etc.
    • Cell phone
    • Apparel/identifiers
    • Scripts
      • Do Volunteers understand them?
      • Do targeted voters understand them?
      • Do they do the job?
    • Pens, rulers, etc
    • Safety Materials:
      • Cell Phone
      • Flashlights
      • Emergency number list
  • 12. Metrics
    • Calls per hour
      • Total Dials vs Completion
      • ID
      • Voter Reg
      • Volunteer Recruitment
    • Doors per hour
      • Total Knocks vs Completion
      • ID
      • Voter Reg
      • Advocacy
    Factors affecting completions: Regional accents, age, script, list, etc.
  • 13. Follow Up Reporting
    • Who will input new data?
    • When will it be done?
    • Successful?
      • # of doors knocked on
      • # of voters registered
      • # of completed ID’s
      • Other?
    • Is follow up voter contact required?
  • 14. Maximizing D2D Efforts