Peter botting - getting selectedPolitical Campaigning and Strategy – Getting Selected & Getting Elected – Winning Elections and Campaigns

How to become a Conservative MP. How to win parliamentary selections. How to win elections. And how to win the next election and the next.

There is so much to say here. And so much to do.

The campaign. The electorate. The selectorate. The constituency. The narrative. The message. How to get the message across through social media, print media. Rebutting false claims. The air war. The ground war. The campaign team. The opposition. Your core vote. Floating voters. Getting out the vote. Database management.

Political lives have ups and downs but they are all based on three events – getting selected, getting elected and getting re-elected.

Daily Politics – Getting Selected. How to Become a Conservative MP

Some politicians win elections based on national swings or electoral high tides and claim the success for themselves. They then blame national swings for their losing elections. What they should be doing is making sure they win their elections by campaigning consistently – and cleverly – throughout their term in office – making themselves to a certain extent immune from national swings.

Political Campaigning

  • Campaign narratives
  • Political speeches
  • Campaign strategy
  • Campaign management

Winning Elections

  • Getting selected
  • Getting elected
  • Getting re-elected
  • Speech writing
  • Crisis management

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Call me and let’s talk about where you are in your bid to get elected. Let’s see how I can help you win elections: + 44 777 550 4299

Key Campaigning & Election Achievements:

Any graduate trying to secure a training contract with the top city law firms will know the competition is tougher than ever this year. The number of applicants has soared even as contracts have become scarce. It’s not uncommon for a firm to interview 250 applicants for 50 places.

For my top-choice firm I knew I had to do something special. In the week prior to I-day, Peter gave me two telephone interviews. The first took me to pieces: it showed me all the gaps in my knowledge and the inadequacies in what I’d genuinely thought was my in-depth preparation. I had to go away and do some serious work.

By the end of the second interview I felt like I could handle whatever trick questions a panel of partners could throw at me. I knew exactly what I wanted to say, what was special about me and how to get that across to the interviewer. The confidence he gave me was invaluable. The firm offered me full sponsorship and a contract within a week. I really can’t recommend him enough.

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