July 22, 2020 “Taking Your Social Media to the Next Level” with Eva Guidarini of Facebook’s Politics and Government Outreach team, included a jam-packed tactical presentation including Facebook pro-tips, behind-the-curtain insights, and helpful strategies for candidates to create an effective, engaging campaign.
July 17, 2020 All four panelists shared their perspectives, their experiences, and their vision for voters, women, and our democracy. With a magic wand, here are just a few of the things they would change to make our democracy even more vibrant.
July 14, 2020 Jessica’s first and most important bit of advice if you’re thinking about filing as a candidate? It’s not too late! Filing periods for many offices are open until mid-August. So there’s still time to get your name on the 2020 ballot and run a strong campaign!
July 10, 2020 “We just celebrated the 150th anniversary of women’s suffrage in Wyoming, 2020 marks the centennial of the 19th Amendment, and now is an ideal time to look at the complicated history of women’s suffrage and talk about what that legacy means today.”
July 7, 2020 ESPC kicked off the first in our six-part online candidate training series on July 6 with experienced communications strategist, former press secretary, and founder of Frontwood Strategies, Nell Callahan.
July 1, 2020 Starting this month, leaders across Wyoming can get essential leadership development training from state and national experts every Monday from 5-6pm. This 6-week virtual series is the updated-for-2020, COVID-19-specific edition of ESPC’s biannual, nonpartisan RUN training.
As a fourth-generation Wyoming native, Tate Mullen, Government Relations Director for the Wyoming Education Association, has strong ties to friends and family across the cowboy state. Tate was born in Cheyenne and raised in Casper, where he attended Natrona County High School and Casper Community College. Tate went on to Laramie, where he received his master’s degree in political science, …
June 9, 2020 If we want the “Wyoming way of life” . . . this collection of scattered small towns amid nature, big open spaces, agriculture, the great outdoors, etc. . . . to continue to survive and thrive, then we need to adapt, invest in our people, and recognize that our schools, hospitals, and our access to quality healthcare are the very foundation of this way of life.
June 6, 2020 “In Wyoming history, only 119 women have won legislative races. Since about half of the state is made up of women, it means they seriously lack representation. It’s an issue that has been discussed for years, though little gets done.”
June 12, 2020 But we also know that if we join with those already raising your voices, those who are making change through protest and policy, those who are actively fighting back against unfairness and oppression, and if we stand in solidarity with you—we will succeed together.