Relational Organizing is a fancy term for what most of us already do everyday! It is all about having conversations with your friends, family, neighbours, classmates and co-workers about the NDP and Angella MacEwen. This is something we can do anytime, but is even more important with a Federal election on its way.
Let’s think about how to build our lists of people we want to reach out to -- people like our friends and family, or people we interact with regularly like our neighbors, people we are in groups or clubs with, and people we talk to online. Who did you go to school with? Who do you work with? Who are the last people you texted? Who did you match with recently on a dating app? Who’s in your neighborhood, Sports, Book clubs, Religious Organizations or other community organizations?
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Never underestimate the power of a good conversation! What makes for a winning campaign is spending time and care cultivating our relationship with voters. Our party thrives on these meaningful conversations, and luckily, they can be really simple if you keep a few things in mind:
Now that you identified who you can talk to about Angella and the NDP, it's time to start REACHING OUT! We're working on some prompts to use when reaching out to the people you know, and some examples of social media posts, bios, and captions to get the conversation flowing. As these things become available, they'll be posted here, alongside other instructions.