The basis of a great campaign methodology is, to begin with, to recognize the reality of the election race or the broader setting in which the campaign is being carried out—and second, to set an appropriate objective that, if attained, will win the election race.
In this particular context, the voting area and its populace is limited to District 132. The objective will be to expand and maximize on the number of constituent votes that we can win. It is widely known, that the candidate that uses resources in the state, and the
Winner of each one state is dictated by which candidate used the most resources in that state. It is thus prudent that Mr. Mike uses his resources in a cautious manner and takes care not to under or over-indulges potential voters in District 132.
I expect that the other candidates have flawed information about what methodology we, the competitors pick. Additionally it is widely accepted that the competitors might match our campaign expenditure in District 132. The solution to this scenario is that competitors use assets in a singular state based on the state's constituent worth to the 3/2ths force.
The greater part of the work related to fundraising remains the candidate's work. No paid nor volunteer pledge drive can ever be as powerful as the competitor in soliciting for gifts. The candidate's spouse is a perfect decision for the election campaign fundraiser. He or she can both make immediate appeals to benefactors and has the fundamental association with the candidate to keep him/her on the telephone making calls to donors.
All in all once we have set our vote targets and Identified potential swing votes, then we are well on our way for a landslide victory in as far as the voters of District 132 are concerned.
Benjamin A. Katz. How to Run a Political Campaign,2008.
Keeter, Scott, Juliann Horowitz, and Alec Tyson. ‘Young Voters in the 2008 Election’ - Pew Research Center. N.p., 12 Nov. 2008. Retrieved Web. 30 Sept. 2012.
Ron F. Writing your campaign plan: The seven components for winning an election. 2004