PRO TIPS

So, you’re thinking about running for public office, or maybe working to promote a policy issue that requires a referendum campaign.

Good for you.

As always, the next political cycle is just around the corner, and this is when many people start thinking about running for office or taking their fight with City Hall to the next level.

Despite all the innuendo and rhetoric about politicians, there are few things more noble than seeking an opportunity for public service, to give back to your community; to make the world a better place.

But the court of public opinion is fickle, and it can be more treacherous and damaging to your finances, professional life, family and reputation than a court of law.

If you find yourself in a courtroom, it’s always a good idea to have a highly skilled and competent attorney standing in your corner. Having a seasoned pro who understands the process, knows the players and can navigate you toward success makes all the difference.

11df2fdIt’s no different in the court public opinion.

Over the past three decades, I have navigated these perilous waters. I am a former newspaper reporter and editor. Today, I am a professional communications consultant, helping clients large and small with strategic guidance designed to overcome public policy challenges.  I also have a proven and succesful track record in managing political and policy campaigns on the local, state and federal level.

I applaud your desire to improve the world around you, but I also have some strong advice for you.  Whether you’re thinking about running for a seat on the school board or taking the plunge into a statewide campaign, don’t walk into the courtroom alone.

Make sure you have the advice and guidance of a pro that can help make your dreams a reality.

On these pages, I offer you some insight and the benefit of my experience.  Please check the links below and my sample case studies, and when you’re ready, let’s chat.

Topics will be regularly updated. Please check back often.

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