More elections are lost, not because of bad candidates, but bad campaigns.
Sadly, many of these bad campaigns are run by bad campaign managers and consultants the candidate has paid good money to.
As I’ve said before – over and over – there is more incompetence in the field of political consulting than in any field other than psychiatry.
So how do you make sure you’re hiring a truly COMPETENT campaign professional?
Many candidates, especially first-time candidates, don’t even know what questions to ask, let alone what the answers should be. Here’s a GREAT one to get started…
“Have you ever run for office yourself?”
It’s one thing to study political science in college; it’s another altogether if you have real-world experience and actually put your own money and reputation on the line.
So if you’re looking for and interviewing possible campaign managers or consultants, here’s a list of 40 questions you should ask BEFORE hiring them.
This special report is free…and could very well save you from making the biggest mistake of your campaign.
Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Professor of Psephology*
* Psephology (pronounced see-follow-gee): The study of campaigns and elections