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The Future of Public Affairs and its Tech Landscape

By Kathleen Waddell | November 18, 2020

Public Affairs is changing. In a post-pandemic world, it’s becoming an all-digital game. Associations with the best data, the most insightful political intelligence and the ability to act instantly will be the ones who come out on top.   Join us Tuesday, Dec. 8 at 1 p.m. EST to hear how Edison Electric Institute uses Phone2Action…

Our Journey to Revolutionizing Public Affairs and Government Relations

By Kathleen Waddell | November 10, 2020

When Phone2Action acquired GovPredict, it forever changed the market for Public Affairs software—and your team is the one who benefits. Tune into this session as Jeb Ory, CEO of Phone2Action, Andy Stanley, Vice President of Product at Phone2Action, and Neal Kemp, Chief Product Officer at GovPredict, discuss the ever-evolving government affairs software sector, and share…

HeadCount: Lessons From the 2020 Election

By Kathleen Waddell | November 10, 2020

This year’s election will set records for voter turnout, with more than 148 million people casting ballots—and the count is not done yet. Tune into this webinar with HeadCount, which has registered more than one million new voters and was instrumental in reaching young voters throughout the cycle.   Managing Director Emily Gibbs will discuss the…

Navigating the Unknown: Advocacy in the Post-Election Landscape

By Kathleen Waddell | October 23, 2020

This year’s election has been unlike any other—and it may not end when the polls close and the tally begins. As speculation swirls around delayed counts and contested returns, join us for a special post-election briefing for advocacy professionals. Tune into this one-hour discussion that will analyze the results through an advocacy prism, with emphasis…

Planning Your Advocacy Agenda for 2021

By Kathleen Waddell | October 20, 2020

It’s unclear what the election will bring, but one thing is certain: your advocacy program will continue—and 2021 will be a big year. Tune into this one hour session to gain insights into how top advocacy organizations like Hallmark are planning next year’s action. In the first quarter alone, a new Congress will be sworn…

How Chevron’s 15-Year-Old Advocacy Program Leveraged New Technology

By Kathleen Waddell | October 19, 2020

The Chevron Advocacy Network was created years ago to allow Chevron to communicate with employees, retirees and friends of the company. Today, that network has more than 6,000 members—and it is rapidly growing. Tune in for a webinar with Alex Schisel, Team Lead of the Chevron Advocacy Network, to discuss why the company sees value in…

Beyond 2020 Advocacy Roundtable

By Kathleen Waddell | October 16, 2020

COVID-19 and widespread protests for social justice have not only impacted the 2020 presidential elections, but will continue to shape the post-election landscape. Our recent State of Advocacy report showed that from January to June 2020, more than 14 million actions were taken on the Phone2Action platform. This tells us that your community members and…

The 2020 State of Advocacy Report and Key Findings

By Kathleen Waddell | October 7, 2020

This year’s State of Advocacy Report is thought-provoking, to say the least. The report documents the massive growth in advocacy brought about by the pandemic, the protests, the election and all of the other events that made 2020 a tumultuous time in America. It is culled from Phone2Action’s own usage data, and we believe it…

The Countdown Is On: Get Your Members Ready

By Kathleen Waddell | September 22, 2020

As we approach the one-month mark in the countdown to Election 2020, it’s time for associations to get the members ready to mobilize.  Tune into this session with veteran managers from the Associated General Contractors of America and the Credit Union National Association to see how they are preparing. The panel will cover how associations…

Navigating Uncertainty in the 2020 Election

By Kathleen Waddell | August 31, 2020

Rarely has an American election come with this much uncertainty. How will mail-in voting impact turnout? How can organizations combat voter suppression? How should we educate and activate voters, especially in diverse communities? Election 2020 seems to offer more questions than answers. Yet there are also many experts working to sort it out. Tune into…