Agenda 2015 Spring Conference

Spring Democratic Conference Agenda


Multiuse meeting rooms: Main Banquet, Workshop A, Workshop B

Friday Evening:
6:00 pm Conference registration opens

               Social with Live Music & Hors d'oeuvres, Comments

             TNDP/TDCCA Sub Committee meeting space available as requested 

Saturday: (on-site TNDP EC committee meetings to be scheduled as requested)

8-8:30 am Registration and Breakfast (served until 8:45)

8:30-9:00 am Opening Remarks 

9:00-10:30 am County Chairs Business Meeting and election of TDCCA Officers

9:00-9:45 am  How To Manage Local Communications and Media Relations 

9:45-10:30 am Voter Registration Overview

10:45-Noon Fundraising and Budgeting for Legislative and Local Campaigns

Noon-1:30 TN Democratic Party Keynote Lunch.

Remarks: TNDP Chair Mary Mancini. Keynote Speaker: Isaac Wright, Executive Director of Correct the Record, the media organization designed to defend potential Democratic presidential candidates from right-wing, baseless attacks. Isaac is a native of Martin, TN and graduate of UT.

1:30-2:45 Winning Elections with New Techniques and Technologies for Political Targeting

3:00-6:00 TNDP Executive Committee Meeting

3:00-4:00 New Chair Orientation/Leadership mentoring with Returning Chairs

3:00-4:00 Field Presentation

4:00-5:00 Build A Network - Build the Party - Build a Bench: Votebuilder, Nationbuilder, Blue Pages TN presentations. Feedback/Q&A

5:00-6:00 Voter Registration Nuts and Bolts.

6:30-8:30pm Banquet Dinner hosted by the Tennessee Democratic County Chairs Association. Honoring Mayor Karl Dean Guest Speakers: State Senator Jeff Yarbro, Senate Democratic Caucus Chair; Rep. Craig Fitzhugh, House Democratic Leader; Pam Myatt, Dickson County Circuit Court Clerk


(some items subject to change)


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commented 2015-03-06 07:52:18 -0600 · Flag
Looks like a very good agenda to me. All these matters need attention and most of us need training in them. I just wish we had more time – always the resource in short supply.