The Basics (PSPD100) Cost: Free
Description: This is an introductory
course. Precinct delegates are the frontline of
political campaigns. After taking this course you will
be able to answer the following: What is a
precinct? What is a precinct delegate and what are the
responsibilities of a precinct delegate? Why are
precinct delegates important to political parties?
What is the process to become a precinct delegate? How
are precinct delegates organized within the political
Organize Your Precinct (PSPD110) Cost: Free
Description: You’re a precinct delegate, now what? This course
is intended to teach you how to be most effective in
your role as precinct delegate. In this course you
will learn what are the best tools to identify, register
and mobilize voters within your precinct. We will
cover topics including: the use of precinct maps, voter
index file, and how to perform a registration canvass.
You will also learn how to recruit and organize precinct
Timeline and Communications (PSPD120) Cost: Free
Description: Countdown to Election Day. This course will help
you develop an election calendar. You will
learn about the different types of voting.
You will learn how and when to communicate with
other precinct delegates and voters. You
will learn how to develop a Frequently Asked
Questions (FAQ) fact sheet.
Election Day and Beyond (PSPD130)
This course focuses on preparation for Election
Day. Understanding and planning for the
get out the vote effort. Staying energized
and motivated. Election Day activities
including: creating task lists, gathering the
necessary materials, and assigning tasks to your
volunteers. After the election activities
including: updates to the database and
documenting lessons learned.
Leadership in the Precinct Delegate Structure
Each house district has a team of precinct delegates waiting for direction. This course is intended for those interested in filling a leadership position in the precinct delegate organizational structure. This course will teach you how to organize and mobilize the team of delegates through meet and greets, party activism, training, and a coordinated GOTV effort.