Advocacy Strategy

Getting Ready for 2016

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Have you started planning your advocacy strategy for 2016?

With only four months to go before state sessions reopen and Presidential campaigns start heating up, it’s time to develop your plan for 2016. Whether at the federal, state or local levels, we can help.

Quality advocacy takes time and planning, both in laying the foundation and fostering the right relationships. At DDC, we have extensive experience in creating and executing integrated advocacy solutions for the world’s leading companies, associations, and organizations.

Let’s Talk (202) 830-2038.

03-DDC-EmailLandingPageTapping the best minds from the public and private sectors and an extensive network of political operatives, we provide strategic expertise and campaign management—powered by our leading technology and digital applications—to shape public opinion, sway decision-makers, and affect outcomes where you need it most.

As you begin to think about 2016, here are a few tips to help guide your plan:

  • As a presidential election year, it will be even harder to get attention on your issues in 2016. Plan early and get your issues on candidate platforms.
  • Develop priority districts/targets; then understand your strengths and weaknesses in those geographies by tracking your political assets.
  • Are there stakeholders you haven’t talked to in a while? Re-engage audiences that fell off the radar and start building your allegiances now.
  • Don’t overlook the local issues—from getting your message through to city councils and county commissioners to navigating state-agency work and siting issues—advocacy can be just as impactful at the local level.

There’s no cookie-cutter approach to advocacy, so what will your strategy be?

Have a no-obligation discussion with experts at DDC. Contact us today through the included form, or at (202) 830-2038. 

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