Resource – How To Run for Office (Re: Flexing our political muscle in 2018)

by Mar 4, 2018Blog0 comments

As always, my buddy Reginald has a great idea. Why not run for office? NOOOOO. Not me, but you.

==== ENTER REGINALD ====
Good afternoon,

Now that the Year 2018 has entered its third month, I want to follow up on the previous email, by citing another resource that you (or someone you know) can use, to exercise your political power in 2018:

Run For Office

https://www.runforoffice.org/

You can use the above mentioned resource in two ways:

1) Search by your street address, to find all of the offices that you can run for. In addition, free online training is provided on how you can run for elected office.

2) Volunteer to collect data towards compiling a searchable database of every elected public office position in the United States.

Enjoy & spread the word!

Reginald

From: Reginald Ready
Sent: Monday, February 12, 2018 7:35 PM
To: Reginald Ready
Subject: Re: Flexing our political muscle in 2018

Good afternoon,

I want to follow up on the previous email, by citing two additional resources that you can use (or pass along to someone else), to strategically exercise your political power in the new year that’s now in its second month:

VoteRiders

VoteRiders: Voter ID Help

Description: For states with voter ID laws in place (or currently under legal challenge), this website offer free voter ID resources & services for voters who need to obtain ID, or who need information about ID types that are needed to vote.

Black Women Running for Office in the U.S.

Black Women Running for Office in the U.S.

Description: This website include a searchable list of 414 black women running for office in 2018 all acr