American Majority Wisconsin: Launches conservative training forum

Media ContactNate Nelson

nate@americanmajority.org

Conservative Group to Provide Monthly Training Opportunity in Appleton

Mequon, WI– American Majority Wisconsin is launching a new project called the Conservative Training Forum. It is a monthly training opportunity in Appleton, Wisconsin.  Every month, on the fourth Tuesday, American Majority Wisconsin will be hosting a training event and speaker. The goal is to equip conservatives with cutting edge information about how to organize, mobilize, and win.

The training topics will range from social media, how to run for office, how to volunteer on a campaign, how to organize on an issue, and more. These trainings will be regularly held on the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Machine Shed, 220 Fox River Drive, Appleton, Wisconsin from 11:30am-1:30pm.

The first two events will be:

February 26: Julaine Appling, President Wisconsin Family Council

“Local Government: The Place to Be”

March 26: Matt Batzel, National Executive Director of American Majority

“What Happened in 2018 and How to Prevent It from Happening Again”

Nate Nelson, the Wisconsin Executive Director of American Majority, said “I am excited about the launch of our Conservative Training Forum. This project will be a great opportunity for activists, local candidates, and campaign staff to learn the latest campaign and organizing techniques.”

American Majority works to build a farm team of new leaders at all levels of government. Since opening a Wisconsin chapter in 2010, American Majority has trained 177 winning candidates in Wisconsin and trained more than 8,000 activists.

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