Application: Get Elected 2020
Get Elected is a three day workshop for candidates and campaign managers involved in state-level races in 2020. The training covers messaging, story and stump speech, targeting and base building, direct voter contact, fundraising, team building and leadership development, and campaign planning.

STEP 1: Fill out the application below.

STEP 2: If you are accepted into the workshop, we will send you a link to register for the training. Space in the workshops limited, and your spot is not guaranteed until your application is accepted, you complete the registration process, pay the registration fee and receive confirmation from LEAD NC.

The application deadline for this workshop is December Monday, December 23, 2019.
Email address *
First Name (as it appears on your voter registration) *
Middle Initial
Last Name (as it appears on your voter registration) *
Street Address *
City *
County *
Zip Code *
Phone *
Statement of Ideals and Values
LEAD NC seeks to cultivate leaders who strongly support the following ideals:

All of North Carolina’s children deserve access to a quality and equitable public education that is adequately funded, as guaranteed by the state Constitution.

Both private enterprise and government are essential for creating opportunity and growth, and our economy should work for everyone, not just those at the top.

In order to provide energy that is critical to North Carolina’s economic growth and well-being, we must develop cleaner, more renewable forms of energy while protecting our natural resources and ensuring a healthy and safe environment for current and future generations.

North Carolina citizens have the right to accessible and fair elections free of unnecessary obstacles and intimidation.
Women have the right to decide if and when they will have a child, and everyone has the right to parent the children they already have in safe environments and healthy communities.

The unique mission and purpose of government is to promote the public interest and help create a high quality of life and community well-being.

LEAD NC expects the people with work with to adhere to the following principles:

Inclusiveness: ability to work with diverse communities, across race, class, sexual orientation and gender identity

Integrity: ability to discern between right and wrong, a willingness to act on that discernment even at personal cost and to openly/publicly stand for what you believe to be right

Transparency: ability to be honest, to consistently keep commitments and to be held accountable

Altruism: willingness to take action on behalf of others even at great personal cost
Do you agree with and promise to act in alignment with LEAD NC's ideals and values as articulated above? *
Will you be able to attend all 3 days of the workshop (Friday, Jan 10 - Sunday, Jan 12)? Please note that we will prioritize applications from participants who can be there for the entire workshop. *
Are you already hired to work a specific state-level campaign in 2020? *
If you answered yes above, which candidate will you work for?
If you answered no above, are you actively applying for positions with state-level campaigns in NC?
Are you willing to relocate to be placed on a campaign? *
Have you worked on a candidate's campaign before? *
If you have worked on a campaign before, please list the specific campaigns, dates of employment, and which roles you held with each:
Please share anything else about your campaign experience that you'd like us to know about.
How did you hear about this workshop? *
How do you identify racially and/or ethnically? *
Do you identify as a person of color? *
How do you identify in terms of gender? *
Do you identify as a member of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and/or Queer (LGBTQ) community? *
What is your age group? *
Please list up to three things you hope to learn, deepen your understanding about, or be able to do as a result of this workshop. *
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