More elections are lost, not because of bad candidates, but bad campaigns.
Over the past two election cycles, Nevada Republicans have lost two U.S. senate races, the governor’s office, three out of four congressional seats, five out of six statewide offices, and control of both the state senate and the state assembly.
Maybe it’s time to do some things differently?
Join us for a full day of campaign training conducted by veteran conservative activist, former party leader, and political consultant Chuck Muth: The Campaign Doctor.
Chuck engineered one of the few successful GOP victories last year in managing the State Assembly campaign of brothel owner Dennis Hof – who won even though he died three weeks before Election Day!
Here’s your chance to learn first-hand some of the “inside” strategies and tactics that Chuck and Dennis used to pull off the biggest, most-shocking surprise victory of 2018.
ONE DAY ONLY!
This is the only live training program Chuck has planned for northern Nevada for the remainder of 2019…
Saturday, August 17, 2019
Check-in: 8:30 am
Program Starts 9:00 am
Program Ends: 4:00 pm
3800 S. Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701
SCHEDULED TOPICS (subject to change):
- 15 Worst Mistakes of Losing Candidates
- 20 Questions You Better Be Able to Answer
- Messaging 101: Copywriting Secrets
- Dealing with the Media
- How to Give Political Speeches that Don’t Suck
- High-dollar FUNDRAISING! (just added)
Just bring a pen and notebook.
Who Should Attend?
- Campaign managers/consultants
- Campaign staff and volunteers
- Party leaders
- Grassroots activists
- Anyone interested in conservative politics
Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Professor of Psephology*
Nevada Republican Party
LIMITED SEATING. RSVP NOW!
* Psephology (see-follow-gee): The study of campaigns and elections.
What Previous Attendees Have Said…
“After attending the Leadership Institutes’ weeklong candidate training in Washington D.C., I was not sure I needed to attend. Knowing your passion and experience I decided to take the drive to Carson City to see what advice and insight you might share. What a great decision. Excellent job.” – Assembly Minority Leader Robin Titus
“I attended my first Campaign Doctor seminar last week and was so impressed with the amount of knowledge that was shared. The ideas went from simple to ‘Wow, why hasn’t anyone else said this!’ These programs are for those who want to win. It was hands down the best training I’ve attended.” – Amy Groves
“To say the least, the seminar was anything but boring. My wife was riveted by the by the presentation, quality and totality of information given. Even though I have considerable political elective experience, I took 8 pages of notes in 3 hours.” – Eric Burgess
“Your workshop was fantastic. I and several others were in two seminars over the weekend which discussed some of the things you did. Comparing all of the training, yours was far superior! Really, there are no other workshops that compare to yours.” – Juanita Cox
“Having worked in campaigns for many years, I still get something new from every workshop you put on that I attend. Thank you for keeping your seminars current and fresh.” – Ralph McMullen
“The ‘20 Questions’ for candidates alone were worth the price of admission. I knew that vetting questions were needed, but yours are concise, to the point, and require realistic reflection.” – Jeff Waufle
“I have taken a number of Chuck Muth’s campaign classes and have learned more than I could have ever thought I would. I have taken several of his classes and can tell you that I’ve never received more valuable information.” – Vicky Maltman
“Regardless if you are a seasoned politician or a first-time candidate, an experienced political operative or a novice wanting to wade into the political arena, everybody young and old will benefit significantly from the training seminars that Chuck Muth has to offer.” – Jerry Stacy
“It was a privilege for me to attend your campaign training seminar. IT WAS AWESOME AND INFORMATIVE. It is a must for all candidates and those considering running for office at any level.” – Otilia Krapff