Wednesday on Zoom: Social Media Tips from the Pros

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Join us this Wednesday, February 22 at 7PM Eastern for Social Media Tips from the Pros with Sophie Ota, part of our weekly Candidate Training Series.

Sophie Ota is the former Digital Director for Fetterman for PA. She previously worked as a digital strategist for Middle Seat Digital, a full-service media and fundraising firm for progressive causes and candidates. Sophie also served as digital writer and social content manager for Warren for President.

Whether you’re volunteering on campaigns, thinking of running for office, or working on your activism skills, you’re invited to our weekly Zoom training series through April 5!

RSVP HERE for Social Media Tips from the Pros! You can also sign up for future sessions.

Upcoming Sessions:

Wednesday, February 22: Social Media Tips from the Pros

Wednesday, March 1: Email Fundraising

Wednesday, March 8: Designing Campaign Literature

Wednesday, March 15: Votebuilder 101

Wednesday, March 22: Intro to Digital Organizing Tools

Wednesday, March 29: How to Launch an Effective Canvass

Wednesday, April 5: Self-Care & Loose Ends

Sign up now for our Wednesday night candidate training series, every week at 7PM Eastern on Zoom.

Can’t make it? Donate to support our Candidate Training Series here.

See you there!

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Turn PA Blue is committed to harnessing the power and energy of committed volunteers to help elect Democrats up and down the ballot in 2020. The grassroots energy enhanced by Turn PA Blue has the ability to drive turnout and energy upward to help Democrats running across the state at all levels. Our goal is also to integrate the inclusion of new voices into the Democratic Party on all levels, with particular emphasis on strengthening the local parties whose infrastructure is vital to the growth and efficacy of the Democratic Party will also serve to “build our bench” for future candidate recruitment.

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