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Fundraising 56 days out

Fundraising 56 Days out

Presented by Kate Coyne-McCoy

KCM Consulting


NOI On Demand



Following the law

Following the law1

Kate Coyne-McCoy

Campaign Fixer

KCM Political Consulting

  • Quick Review needed to build a winning campaign.

  • The Tools

  • Urgency

  • Collect, Re-solicit, Collect, Re-solicit

  • Questions

Tools: CALL TIME needed to build a winning campaign.

  • Know the Daily Goal

  • Raising $50,000-$100,000 will take 12-15 hours of call time per week

  • Do the backwards math

  • Go Back to Square One and Brain Dump

  • The BULK of your campaign resources are raised on the phone

Power circle

WHO: People who want to protect and advance their economic interests

WHEN: Late

MESSAGE: I am going to win and I want you with me.

Power Circle

Call time
Call time economic interests

How do I motivate a cranky tired candidate ?

  • Be energetic, positive and enthusiastic

  • Set a STRICT schedule

  • Everyone knows the daily goal

  • Create a pleasant atmosphere

TOOLS economic interests

  • Bundlers, Fundraisers

  • House Party

  • PACS

  • Segment the Donors for Re-solicitation

  • Email, Web

  • Events (suck)

Template for fundraising

Re-solicit economic interestsentire data base 3 times in the cycle by snail mail

The bulk of your total budget is raised through call time

House party systems can work if well organized

At this point in most campaigns, you will do one or two events

Template for Fundraising

Research economic interests


You must build a base! economic interests

Don’t Rely on it!

The “open rate” for emails goes DOWN as the campaign progresses

Average online contribution is less than $50

Using the Web

  • Be relentless about adding email addresses

  • Make sure the Web site for your campaign is included in every piece of material.

urgency economic interests

  • Not PANIC- but creating a sense that time is running out and EVERYONE needs to help.

  • Creating a culture in the campaign

  • Holding call time sacred and patting the candidate on the back for doing it.

Collect, Re-solicit, collect economic interests

  • The person most likely to give you money is the person who already has.

  • Some %, of the money pledged will never come but chased correctly, most of it will be delivered

  • Entire donor base re-solicited.

Questions? economic interests

Www neworganizing com toolbox economic interests

Interdependent Leadership economic interests

(aka the Snowflake Model)

How can I support?

Interdependent Leadership