Session Type(s): Panel
Starts: Saturday, Jul. 13 2:15 PM (Eastern)
Ends: Saturday, Jul. 13 3:15 PM (Eastern)
An Early, Inclusive and Targeted Ground Operation: How the Democratic Party is Building for 2019, 2020 and Beyond
Posted by Netroots Nation on Saturday, July 13, 2019
In 2016, primary campaigns spent 10 times more time in the first four “early states” than the 10 biggest general election battlegrounds, and that’s likely to happen again this cycle. With limited time to pivot from the primary and ramp up for the general election, our eventual Democratic nominee will need the tools and resources to grow quickly and effectively. Join us to discuss what we learned from 2016 and how the DNC, state parties, and coordinated side groups are applying that to our general election readiness efforts in 2019-2020. This panel is sponsored by the DNC.
Cheyenne is the National Training Director of the Association of State Democratic Committees and Democratic National Committee’s Best Practices Institute (BPI). She comes to the BPI from the Kansas Democratic Party, where she served as the Deputy Executive Director, as well as the Field, Political, and Data Director. Previously, she worked for the Kansas State Senate Democratic Leader, as well as the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission. Cheyenne graduated from the University of Kansas with degrees in political science, American studies, and history. Cheyenne is from Topeka, KS, and is a devoted fan of the Kansas Jayhawks.
Mansoor is an American based campaign organizer who currently serves as the Early Primary and Caucus States Director at the Democratic National Committee (DNC) at their Washington DC headquarters. Previous to moving to Washington, Mansoor served as Resident Political Party Trainer for the National Democratic Institute in Egypt both working to educate local political parties on campaign organizing as well as monitoring the parliamentary elections as an credited International Election Observer. Mansoor has been Campaign Organizer for the Democratic Party since 2005.