Deep Canvassing Workshop Registration: March 6-7 in Milwaukee!
Registration Deadline for Lodging: February 13th. *If not staying at the hotel deadline: February 21st.
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The Wisconsin Leadership Development Project (WiLD Project) is partnering with Dave Fleischer and the Los Angeles Leadership LAB to present a 1.5-day workshop on Deep Canvassing. Participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice the craft of deep canvassing with organizers across Wisconsin.

On Friday evening we’ll be doing some initial story work in preparation for day two, and then Saturday’s agenda will include the canvass training, lunch, traveling in teams and talking with voters, debriefing and discussing next steps. We’re still exploring who we’ll be engaging on the doors, but likely to focus on infrequent voters. Again, the overarching goal is to introduce people to this framework so it can be used talking to a variety of voters depending on the focus of our own program/organization. Hope you'll join us!

Participants will be intentionally recruited to attend this workshop. If you are interested in participating or bringing a group, but have not been recruited by someone from the WiLD Project network, please contact Dan Grandone, WiLD Project Coordinator, at before registering.


Starts Friday, March 6th @ 4:00pm-8:00pm through Saturday, March 7th @ 10:00am-5:00pm. A detailed agenda will be sent to all registrants prior.


Ambassador Inn at Marquette
2301 W Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233


Ambassador Hotel Milwaukee
2308 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233


The total registration fee is $40 per person. If you need lodging, there is an additional cost of $60 total for one night.

The registration fee covers three meals (Dinner Day 1, Breakfast & Lunch Day 2) customized training materials, training location, and an experienced training team who will facilitate your learning.


For logistical questions or more information, please contact Ben Barker, WiLD Project Digital Organizer, at
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