100% Digital Campaign
What & Why
We are running our entire campaign remotely and sharing the good word on socialism and the future President who happens to be a fat black women. This includes stumping, rallies, benefit dinners, debates, and fundraising. We will also not be keeping any of the financial donations made to this campaign after we have enough to get on the ballot in all 50 states. All surplus donations to this campaign will be donated to grass roots organizations; which align without our movement in the zip code of the donors choice. So even on the off chance we lose we win!-
With how accessible the internet is today, would you believe us if we told you the number of people who go online every day is still increasing?
It is. In fact, "constant" internet usage among adults increased by 5% in just the last three years, according to Pew Research. And although we say it a lot, the way people do things really has changed along with it so must elections — meaning the traditional way of running for office isn't as effective as it used to be.
We recognize that if we want to win we must spend our time connecting with our potential voters! We are going to always be in the right place at the right time, because we are running a totally digital campaign!
We Encourage All Candidates to Consider The Alternative😁
1. Lower Expenses
The most compelling benefit for us and the country is that virtual meetings often cost less. There’s no need to pay to travel from another location and perhaps incur expenses for accommodation and catering.
2. Everyone Can Be Involved
For a face-to-face meeting, it’s often difficult to pick a time and place that suits everyone. It’s much easier for virtual meetings, as everyone can connect from wherever they are in the world. If some people have limited time, they may still be able to check in for at least a few minutes.
3. Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
Whether you’re personally committed to reducing your environmental impact or not climate change is real, here, and now. We all need to do our part and traveling to fewer places will be beneficial.
4. Shorter Sessions
When you meet in person, there’s often the sense that you need to have a long meeting to make it worthwhile, especially if someone has traveled far. With a virtual meeting, it’s reasonable to end the session as soon as you’ve discussed everything. People will appreciate being able to reclaim their time.
5. More Frequent Meetings
You can also hold meetings more often when they’re virtual. Short check-ins with your team can last just 10 minutes. These are ideal for resolving doubts and making sure everyone is on the same page.
6. The Chance to Record Meetings
Whereas it’s possible to take minutes during a meeting, a recording is much more useful. Potential voters can quickly find the place in the recording they need. We are also able to document every position the campaign holds. This helps potential voters hold us accountable. We wouldn't want people to think we are telling one group a specific message and telling a different group a conflicting message. Now we can all be in the room where it happens😏. This is also helpful for fact checking purposes.
7. Minimal Scheduling Needs
With a virtual meeting, the only scheduling you need to do is figuring out the best time for the meeting and choosing what software you’ll use. This is far less complicated than choosing a place, setting up a conference room, and managing travel arrangements.
Plus, even choosing what time to have your meeting is easier. Given advance notice, most people will be able to attend — they just need to block out a slot in their schedule. No one needs to worry about going somewhere and there’s no disruption to the flow of daily life.
8. Better for Health
Virtual meetings are better for both your physical and mental health. People who travel for frequently suffer from stress, poor-quality sleep, and a lack of exercise. They may also be unable to eat a healthy diet. Virtual meetings come with none of these side effects.
9. Collaborate in Real Time
Attendees can work during a virtual meeting. Sharing screens and documents allows you to make changes in the moment. In fact, multiple participants can collaborate on the same project while talking to each other. This means there’s no need to remember information and apply it once the meeting is over, then wait for other people to contribute their part.