Friday, 26 August 2011 12:18
Election Campaign Tip: Candidate's Name Is Important, Give It
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In John Maginnis'howtogetelected, former Senator James David Cain discusses getting the candidate's name out to the public with the help of giving voters someting with the candidate's name on it.  

Here is today's tip:

Give the voters something with your name on it

If your name is on it, use it. But if you’ve got something good, said former Sen. James David Cain, who would give away walking canes, “you don’t want to give ‘em away like pencils.” Make them ask for it, he says, and then tell them you have only one left. “Well, you can give the last one away four or five hundred times.”

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