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Ohio Farm Bureau presents nonpartisan Campaign Management Seminar
DATE: January 26-27, 2012
LOCATION: Ohio Farm Bureau 280 N. High St., 11th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215
PURPOSE: To help candidates running for public office be successful in their elections.
TARGET GROUP: Seminar is designed for candidates, who are committed to a strong free enterprise system and who are interested in running for public office at the local, state or federal level now or in the future. Spouses and campaign managers are welcome.
THE SEMINAR: This bipartisan campaign management training two-day seminar was developed by the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) with input from political consultants and staff members of both political parties. Videotapes, overheads, a case study and a computer simulation have been developed to assist in the presentation of the seminar.
LIMITED ENROLLMENT: 30 people
PARTICIPANT FEE: A fee of $125 for Farm Bureau members and $200 for non-members will be charged to cover materials and meals. ($200 includes Farm Bureau membership for one year.) Fee DOES NOT include overnight accommodations.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Jan. 13, 2012
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Download the Campaign Management Seminar brochure.
SPONSORED BY: Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, Ohio Association of Realtors, Ohio Chamber of Commerce, Ohio Corn and Wheat Growers Association, Ohio Insurance Institute, Ohio Soybean Association, and The Ohio Society of CPAs