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Election Year Fundraising — Trends and Tactics to Grow Your PAC

Webinar • Wednesday, February 26, 2020 • 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET | Qualifies for 1 CAE credit

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As the 2020 elections rise on the horizon, so does fundraising competition.

How can your PAC turn new trends into the robust new funds necessary to achieve a real impact? What management strategies and spending decisions can increase your success? And how can you use all these tactics to gain an edge—despite today’s highly regulated PAC environment?

Start with this information-packed webinar from Association TRENDS.

Register now for Election Year Fundraising: Trends and Tactics to Grow Your PAC.

In this one-hour webinar, PAC experts Trey Richardson and Lauren Rahill help you navigate today’s highly regulated environment while giving your PAC the greatest power to shape the 2020 elections—and beyond.

Tactics you can use immediately.  Learn how to grow engagement—and giving and apply strong management strategies that help you troubleshoot compliance with FEC and PAC regulations. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now for expert guidance on today’s best PAC management and fundraising strategies, including:

  • How to work within FEC legal guidelines
  • Best practices for PAC fundraising
  • Federal business PAC trends you can apply to your program
  • Expenditure strategies and disbursement trends to use in making your own spending decisions
  • Ideas for using election-year urgency to drive participation
  • Ways to engage key stakeholders to further fundraising success
  • 10 fundraising maxims built over three decades of PAC experience

Bottom line: This sharp and current focus on regulations and FEC guidelines helps you maintain momentum with a PAC that’s well-run, well-funded and in compliance.

Register now for Election Year Fundraising: Trends and Tactics to Grow Your PAC

Meet Your Webinar Leaders

Trey Richardson is Managing Partner, Sagac Public Affairs, LLC.  Trey is widely recognized as a leader in the political community, and a respected practitioner, author, and speaker on advocacy fundraising and political action committees. Known for his creativity, he has for two decades influenced the direction of political finance activities throughout the United States and has been named one of the “Top Political Action Leaders in America” by industry publications. As Managing Partner of Sagac Public Affairs, Trey creates and implements finance, communications and market research for America’s top political committees and advocacy organizations.

 

Lauren Rahill oversees Sagac's account management and new business group delivering integrated communications and fundraising campaigns to Fortune 500 companies and national trade associations. As Marketing Director, she adds new business development and development and implementation of internal marketing strategies to her skillset. She brings to her role nearly a decade of experience planning and executing public affairs campaigns for pro-business political committees and managing the strategic planning aspects of Sagac’s public affairs clientele. In 2016, she received the "NextGen Under 30 Award," which recognizes young professionals who demonstrate talent, drive and service to their communities. 

Who Should Attend

This webinar is of value to all associations and nonprofits with a PAC. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • Government relations staff
  • Legal staff

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