The exodus from Washington brought about by November’s elections will give many organizations an opportunity to evaluate strategy, focus priorities and make improvements to their advocacy game. With that in mind, CQ Roll Call has endeavored to provide some inspiration.
Included in this 19-page guide:
- Segment your audience
- Pre-position your campaigns for success
- Focus, clarify and amplify your messaging
- Tips on updating your advocacy toolkit
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