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Move On

"An effective rally can be as basic as several folks standing outside of their Representative’s office, holding signs to show where they, as constituents, stand on an issue. Or it can be much more involved — to include a full program of speakers, a hefty recruitment effort, and partner organizations. And it can be anything between. It depends on your goals for the rally, your group’s capacity, and how much lead time you have.

This guide provides tips from our experiences organizing different kinds of rallies. You’ll have to figure out what makes strategic sense for your particular rally."

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