Political Campaigning to Win: Bill Tieleman’s Secrets of Success

Political Campaigning to Win: Bill Tieleman’s Secrets of Success
Tyee Master Classes 2014 Proudly Presents Political Campaigning to Win Bill Tieleman’s Secrets of Success

It's the season -- and year -- of high stakes campaigning from municipal to federal levels. If you're going to be in the thick of it, spend five hours to get indispensable training and insight from a proven winner.

Bill Tieleman is the strategist who joined Bill Vander Zalm to kill the Harmonized Sales Tax in a stunning Citizens Initiative that beat big business and the BC Liberal government; who led NO BC STV to defeat the Single Transferable Vote in two province-wide referenda; who helped Glen Clark as communications director in his upset 1996 NDP win over Gordon Campbell; and who has been central to dozens of successful elections, nominations and leadership fights at the provincial, federal and municipal level, as well as single-issue campaigns.

Now Bill Tieleman tells you how to win against all odds with minimal resources but superior strategy, tactics and messaging.

Whether you are involved in a civic election, provincial battle, federal fight, nomination challenge or issue campaign, you need Tieleman's invaluable insights on what it takes for victory -- without big dollar budgets.

Agree or disagree with his positions, Tieleman knows what it takes to be the winner -- and will tell you what you need to succeed.

Lunch and a splash of BC wine included.



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Title
Political Campaigning to Win
Instructor
Bill Tieleman
Date
Saturday, October 25th
Time
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Location
The Tyee's Vancouver Newsroom
Details
Includes coffee and lunch, with reception to follow after 3 p.m.
Price
$200 + GST

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Mickey McLeod and Robbyn Scott moved Salt Spring Island in the early 1980s and started selling locally grown, organic produce at a farmer’s market in the small town of Ganges. They opened Salt Spring’s first roasting café in Ganges in 1996 and it immediately became a destination for coffee lovers looking for great taste that does not compromise the planet.