The Road to Run: Preparing to Run for Public Office: Part 1 | CMBA CLE Catalog
The Road to Run: Preparing to Run for Public Office
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October 27, 2020
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
"You should run for office!" If you've heard that before, or have aspirations of running for office, join us for part 1 of a 2-part series on the ins and outs of running for public office. Hear from lawyers who have made the leap and are currently in office, as well as both leaders from the Republicans and Democrats on what it takes to get the party's nomination. Finally, we will hear from political consultants on messaging and fundraising. Part 2 discusses the Board of Elections process and campaign financing laws.
Why Lawyers Should Run for Office--Dean Lee Fisher, Cleveland Marshall College of Law; OH Sen. Matt Dolan; Betsy Rader, Betsy Rader Law
Role of Political Parties Shontel Brown, Chair, Cuyahoga County Democratic Party and Lisa Stickan, Chair, Cuyahoga County Republican Party
Your Team – What it Takes to Get Elected Jeff Rusnak, R Strategy Group and Jim Trakas
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